Have you ever looked for a great tool to help teams work well collaboratively?
Or have you desired “must-have” helps that produce quality research work from teams?
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Have you attempted to help students generate probing questions that build curiosity for your lessons. Find active tasks for each in this tool.
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Brain based questions in this product will guide your middle, secondary, and college students
to discover more through questions designed as team tools.
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on how to develop and get most from two-footed questions!
These unique questions prompt team members to step back
, see their project through different lenses, and apply current brain facts to improve their work together.
Teams ask from research
how brains function best, as they roll out new neuro discoveries into enhanced quality projects.
Peers ask one another
what they already knows about their group topic, and in so doing, they discover keen insights that can ramp up their final group work.
Team members ask for feedback
that motivates group productivity.
Armed with these few questions, your teams will question their way into new discoveries
and use these tools to create more meaningful projects.
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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