Here's the tip for which I was cited:
I've written about asking questions to help develop your passions a few times. Here are some of the posts related to this topic.
4. Asking good questions takes work – that you have to do yourself.
This struck me during my New York trip as well, because one of my best friends is Lisa Nielsen, who leads New York City Public School technology initiatives and writes a blog about education reform. She is a big advocate of me homeschooling my kids. She says that kids don’t need to learn subjects. Kids need to learn how to ask questions about things they are passionate about. And that’s no small task: First, you have to learn how to find your passions. Then you have to learn how to ask questions. Most adults can’t do either thing well, which is a good argument for taking kids out of school, I have to admit.
- Teaching Kids to Manage their Digital Footprint
- Eureka! We've Finally Perfected Educating Students for the Past
- Innovative Data Driven Assessment and Differentiated Instruction Video
To read the other tips visit The Brazen Careerist post, "Five tips for asking better questions."