*information obtained from " A More Beautiful Question by Warren Berger" Here are the steps required to help you ask more powerful Why Questions Step back. (changing your perception | looking at things differently or with new eyesNotice what others miss. | what problems didn't the solution solve?Challenge assumptions including your own Gain a deeper … Continue reading How to ask powerful Why questions?
(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”) I took two paragraphs from the book; word from word. PG. 43 When we start teaching too much, too soon, says Gopnik, we're inadvertently cutting off paths of inquiry and exploration that kids might otherwise pursue on their own. As Gopnik puts it, Children are the … Continue reading Dangers of structured and early-childhood programs