How do you question with two feet
to build more successful teams?
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Discover why some team members help all
to pull together - they ask questions that explore content deeper, and involve all participants more.
Your students will play with two-footed questions
to engage both sides of their brains, as they reach across differences.
This tool guides teams to delve beyond rigid routines
, as they begin to operate beyond the brain’s basal ganglia, that storehouse where ruts and rusty habits exist.
Stoke action that leads to personal growth and ensures team change.
They engage the brain’s working memory, or problem solving equipment.
HIT GUIDE HERE TO CREATE AND ASK TWO-FOOTED QUESTIONS
See contents that leads to stronger teams for all students
Overview of two-footed questions here 3
Build teams across differences – poster 4
Examples of team-generated questions 5
Poster to inspire multiple intelligences 6
Multiple intelligences in sample tasks 7
Student-generated MI questions 8
Ask an expert Namungo for insights 9
Each team member interviews a Namungo 10
Record insights from Namungo interviews 11
How would you integrate parts – poster 12
Project graphic organizer – with integrated details 13
Word pictures to integrate 14
Web map for your integrated ideas 15
Add your part to improve team ideas – poster 16
Five team tone skills rewarded with grades 17
Team list to share ton skills used by all 18
Individual tone charts for each team session 19
Tips for winning team participation points 20
Resolve peer barriers – poster 21
Mastering skills and resolving team barriers 22
Questions to bring team skills onboard 23
6 Namungo real brain parts to apply 24
Namungo charts with brain part descriptions 37
Additional brain based tools 39
Contact me 40
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Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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All the best as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!
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