Beginning with a question

Maybe it’s the philosopher in me, but I think starting class with a question is a great idea. Put something up on the board or projector for the students to think about as they come in the door.

This particular idea focuses on multiple choice questions as a way to start class. It also involves a bucket, a mystery box, and contemporary art. Click through to find out a new way to start your class with a question.

Why You Should Start Your Class With A Question

About Nakia Pope

Nakia is the Director of the CTLE at the University of Texas at Arlington and a philosopher interested in education, Pragmatism, and aesthetics.

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