How To Help Kids Ask More Amazing Questions Now

Erin Murphy on Episode 459

The Right Question Technique is being used by educators around the world to help children ask better questions. Erin Murphy talks about how we can implement some simple techniques to improve student questions today.

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Erin Murphy – Bio As Submitted

Erin MurphyErin Murphy is the co-author of Hacking Project-Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom. Currently, Erin has the pleasure of serving as the assistant principal of Eyer Middle School in the East Penn School District. As a certified literacy specialist, she also coordinates the middle-level ELA department. Erin’s classroom experiences range from kindergarten through fifth grade. In addition to Project Based Learning, she also regularly consults with other leaders and learners regarding Literacy, Technology, and Leadership. Erin married her college sweetheart and has two incredibly curious daughters.

Blog: psumurphette.com

Twitter: @MurphysMusings5

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