Review: Questions with Two Feet for Successful Teams on Teachers Pay Teachers
Questions with Two Feet for Successful Teams is a premium
download from Teachers Pay Teachers. The document is a step-by-step guide for
teaching students and group leaders how to ask better, more in-depth questions
of themselves in order to engage new parts of their brains and find better more
The benefit of learning to use this two-footed approach to
questions is that the method jogs the brain out of its normal patterns of critical
thinking and problem-solving, creating a new way of approaching problems and
coming up with creative answers. The two-feet question frames a problem or an
evaluation in a way that taps both sides of the brain, asking about both the
subject and the actions to take (or taken) regarding the subject.
The document presents this two-feet question as a
problem-solving technique intended to facilitate better group discussions and
collaboration, but really the practice of asking these type of question is
something that could benefit writers as well, both creative and otherwise. The
purpose of the exercise is to spur the brain into new ways of thinking, to
critically analyze an issue and find a new solution. These are skills that
could benefit any writer.
You can download your own copy of Questions with Two Feet
for Successful Teams here.
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Written by Bryan Cohen
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