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Why Do You Ask?

From asking questions that require an answer To asking questions that require a conversation.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Who's With Me?

I'm not much of a meme kind of guy, but this one seems it could be interesting to start.

Scott McLeod posts the two questions to ask students from Michael Wesch:
  1. How many of you do not actually 'like' school? (probably many hands)
  2. How many of you do not like learning? (probably no hands)
Says McLeod:
These two questions would be great conversation starters regarding the difference between school and learning. I wonder how many middle and high schools would see little difference in their results for these two questions. I'm guessing very few...

Well, I would like to find out.  So, next week I will be asking these questions in as many classrooms as possible...stay tuned for the results.

Anybody want to join me?

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