Then students work together to create an Aha-Board for their group's Challenge. These boards work much like a web with the Challenge in the middle and the Guiding Questions on the outer edges. Leaving enough space between Guiding Questions for students to keep notes and activity that relate to each. These Aha-Boards are used to keep each group focused and at the same time creating some accountability within each group and beyond.
As usual, at the end of class we took the time to reflect about the part of the CBL process we worked on today. Since much of our time was on questioning, my students were given the following prompt: It is important to ask good questions, because___________ (Please use real life examples).
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