Socratic questioning (or Socratic maieutics) is disciplined questioning that can be
used to pursue thought in many directions and for many purposes, including: ...
Socratic questioning is at the heart of critical thinking and a number of homework
problems draw from R.W. Paul's six types of Socratic questions: ...
Socratic questioning seeks to get the other person to answer their own questions
by making them think and drawing out the answer from them.
Judith's client "Alison" is asked to consider a situation in which Judith puts herself on display in a crowded jury selection courtroom by asking to sit on the podium to plug in her laptop. Did I become a bad person because people might have been criticizing me?".
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The Socratic Questioning Technique. The Socratic approach to questioning is
based on the practice of disciplined, thoughtful dialogue. Socrates, the early
One of the reasons that instructors tend to overemphasize “coverage” over “
engaged thinking” is that they do not fully appreciate the role of questions in
Dec 21, 2006 ... Named for Socrates (ca. 470-399 B. C.), the early Greek philosopher/teacher, a
Socratic approach to teaching is based on the practice of ...
Sep 26, 2012 ... Can it be, Ischomachus, that asking questions is teaching? I am just beginning to
see what is behind all your questions. You lead me on by ...
Aug 6, 2015 ... Socratic questioning is an extremely powerful questioning technique that
teachers can use to explore complex issues and ideas with students, ...