Loosely based on the question formulation technique developed by Rothstein and Santana (2011), a small group addresses a focus statement by brainstorming as many questions as possible.
To give participants practice in developing different kinds of questions
To develop questions that provide a basis for in-depth study
To recognize what kinds of questions lead to richer discussion
How It Works
In small groups, participants are presented with a focus statement. Examples are “A learning organization cannot be fully realized without a strong commitment to unfettered discussion” and “Teams that regularly practice discussion are likely to have members who feel empowered.”
Groups brainstorm as many questions ...
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