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What happens when board members do learn to ask their own questions?
We know from the classroom student formulation of their own questions is one of the most effective metacognitive strategies Engaging in pre-lesson self-questioning improved students rate of learning by nearly 50% (Hattie, 2008).
The QFT provides three thinking abilities with one process:
Divergent thinking: thinking in many different directions
Convergent thinking: narrowing down, focusing
Metacognitive thinking: thinking about thinking
In a collaborative learning situation participants learn to:
Produce their own questions
Improve their questions
Strategise on how to use their questions
Reflect on what they have learned and how they learned it
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