What’s the question?

by / Tuesday, 13 December 2016 / Published in Actions

Usually exams are full of questions. What if we give answers instead of questions? Think of phrases or 10 possible correct answers and ask participants who will take the test to think what could be the question to such an answer. For example, “15 years” and the question that the participants should make would be “What age do you need to be to work?” or “sex and race” and the question would be “What criteria should not be used to treat people differently?”. Of course different people will formulate questions differently, but remember that what matters is the reflection they are doing when completing the exercise and not precisely how they phrased it.


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