Convergent thinking is a term coined by Joy Paul Guilford as the opposite of
divergent thinking. It generally means the ability to give the "correct" answer to
standard questions ...
The 5 basic types of questions are factual, convergent, divergent, evaluative, &
combinations. All teachers need to be able to craft thoughtful questions.
Convergent and Divergent Questions: In theory the perfect convergent (closed-
ended) question would have only one answer and the perfect divergent ...
Oct 26, 2011 ... There are a lot of memorable examples of convergent thinking out there that ...
The problem is the same, but the questions change slightly.
Feb 10, 2016 ... A Paper Slides presentation that explains the difference between convergent and
divergent questions in order to assist students in formulating ...
Do you know what kind of questions you ask most frequently? Research on the
questions teachers ask shows that about 60 percent require only recall of facts, ...
Sep 12, 2013 ... The basic way to characterize questions is to classify them as either convergent
or divergent. A convergent question, often called a closed ...
Appropriately challenging, engaging, and effective questions stimulate peer
discussion ... Convergent questions have one acceptable right answer; students
Jan 9, 2012 ... A friend's 5-year old son, David, took the IQ test and did poorly; he wasn't a
convergent thinker. He got this question wrong: What color is a ...
Jan 10, 2012 ... Quiz Yourself – Examples of Divergent and Convergent Thinking. 0 ... and seeing
various possibilities in response to questions and problems.