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08:27 How to raise good questions? 1. questions to stimulate discussion/dialogue 2. extension 3. critical-unmasking assumptions 4. rhetorical questions (teacher questions) which you've already known the answers        ×    5. direct questions- ask a question if you don't know 6. Ignorant questions ( which you don't really understand from previous readings)
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Problem questions → hypothesis questions → research question democratic contradiction survilliance audience effect what's the practice of education? Final Presentation Define Education and present a challenge find a problem and give a resolution 08:27 08:27...
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  • Fall '12
  • taylorwebb
  • democratic contradiction

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