Creating questions that drive learning

08/17/2011 | Edutopia.org

For many teachers, coming up with driving questions can be the hardest part of project-based learning. Andrew Miller, a consultant for the Buck Institute for Education, explains that driving questions are vital for initiating and focusing inquiry, as well as creating interest and a challenge for students. To help in refining driving questions, Miller includes a video about how to make a Tubric, a tool teachers can use when creating and refining driving questions.

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