30 Day Question Challenge

Enoch Hale's 30 Day Question Challenge

 

 

 

 

 

This page is a list (with links) to all my blog posts that fell under the 30 Day Question Challenge. My goal was to ask 30 out of the box questions; one question for 30 days. It was a major exercise intellectual flexibility, and it proved to be massively rewarding. I hope you find inspiration, surprise, frustration, or something.

Day 30 – Thinking Directions

Day 29 – The Jugular Question

Day 28 – Creativity et al.

Day 27 – We are all mutants!

Day 26 – Going beneath the surface

Day 25 – “Students questioning students”

Day 24 – The forest of learning

Day 23 – Graphic syllabus

Day 22 – On the margins

Day 21 – No more school

Day 20 – Make it stick

Day 19 – Hacking the intellect

Day 18 – Hunting trophies

Day 17 – Chayi teaching and learning

Day 16 – Talking beer….I mean learning

Day 15 – TPACK and choice

Day 14 – Why don’t bad beliefs die?

Day 13 – The topography of learning

Day 12 – Indra’s web & the pedagogy of interconnections

Day 11 – Equinox learning

Day 10 – Killing the serial monologue

Day 9 – White noise

Day 8 – Thinking oblique(ly)

Day 7 – Class in the twilight zone!

Day 6 – Question surprise!

Day 5 – Is there a machine to stop?

Day 4 – Tattoo anyone?

Day 3 – What do arrow heads and assignments have in common?

Day 2 – What if we taught like Zen monks?

Day 1 – What would my class look like if every student embodied a sense of intellectual playfulness?

Thinking Directions – Summary of all the questions submitted!

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