Questioning is an important component of the teaching/learning process and is embedded in quality instruction and strategic thinking. It also helps you uncover the challenges you’re facing and generate better solutions to solve those problems.

  1. Is this something I should take seriously and try to put right; is it something that is worth working on, and investing more energy on?
  2. How much is my fault? Is it something I can change further down the road?
  3. How much is outside my control; will anything I do really alter the situation or make a lasting difference?
  4. Have I done everything I possibly can? Have I tried and exhausted all possible options?
  5. Is it something I should put behind me, and decide to walk away from?
  6. Who else has gone through a similar experience, or had this happen to them? Who can I talk to who will understand, and give me valuable help and advice?
  7. What can I learn from this experience?
  8. How can I build myself up again, so I have the needed strength to go forward in my life?
  9. When you become more open because of a flexible brain, you become perceptive of many different perspectives

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  1. Very good way to find solutions. Once my friend told me ” You have a problem? Face it and fix it!” And all these questions will help to figure things out.
    Good post! Thanks!

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