Three Questions

Three questions a learner should ask themselves at the close of every day:

  1. What do I know now that I didn’t at the start of the day?
  2. What can I do better now than at the start of the day?
  3. What do I want to do with my learning?

Teachers can ask these questions of students and themselves to gain a greater understanding of their students’ levels of engagement and empowerment.

2 thoughts on “Three Questions

  1. Great questions. ‘Especially beneficial in regards to subjects where progress is slower or more difficult to measure, like learning a second language. Even if their achievement is as simple as learning a new word, asking students to think about these questions is an awesome way to keep them motivated.

    • Thank you for the comment. I would think when learning an additional language, the last question of how do you want to use your learning, would be very motivating, no doubt key for such a long process!

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