As Question Week wraps up, I’d like to urge you to try formulating your own “beautiful question”—one that is bold and engaging enough to keep you working on it for the rest of 2017, and perhaps beyond. Here’s some ways to get started.
Guest post by Kirsten Taberner Siggins and Kathy Taberner, co-owners of the Institute of Curiosity, a coaching and training organization. “I want strategies to use when I disagree with someone and find myself in conflict with them. How can I have drama-free conversations?” Sound familiar? Therein lies what we at the Institute Of Curiosity call […]
7 Ideas: Post an interesting photo on the wall and ask kids to write down questions about what they’re seeing. Create a wall featuring one big question per student, that they will explore for a nice length of time….
Bruce Feiler, author of The Secrets of Happy Families: Improve Your Mornings, Tell Your Family History, Fight Smarter, Go Out and Play, and Much More, found that he was able to dramatically improve communication in his family just by making time for regular weekly meetings—during which, the same three questions were considered each time by […]