In a world filled with so much instant information, it is important to teach students to ask even more questions as they seek possible answers.
The Driving Question or Investigative Question in Project Based learning and STEM can be often the hardest concept to get across to teachers.
The Follett Challenge again is awarding $200,000 USD in products and services from Follett to the schools/districts that nominated their innovative educational programs.
As educators, we must take that next step - teaching students to problem-solve and come up with algorithms of their own.
This type of thinking is important not just in high stake testing, but also success in that world after school.
By finding a visualization, downloading it, removing specific information (titles, legends, keys, etc.) and displaying it to students, questions emerge.