The STEM Book Club


Make Just One Change: Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions with Andrew Minigan, Education Project and Research Coordinator at the Right Question Institute.

The ISTE STEM PLN membership has selected Make Just One Change for our book club this February. Join us for a discussion on how to teach students to formulate their own questions with special guest Andrew Minigan (@AndrewRQI) and educators with a range of experiences.

Make Just One Change Book Club with Andrew Minigan

Thursday, Feb. 25th, 6:30-7:30pm

This is an online event.

Join the discussion on Twitter at 6:30 pm EST with the hashtag #istestem or in our tweet chat room!


6:30 - 6:35 pm Introductions

6:35 - 7:25 pm Discussion Questions

7:25 - 7:35 pm Q&A with Andrew Minigan

Discussion Questions

Q1: The QFT requires students to use divergent & convergent thinking as well as metacognition. Why is this important? #ISTESTEM

Q2: Crafting the right Question focus is critical. What successes/challenges have you had/do you foresee creating a QFocus? #ISTESTEM

Q3: Each step of the process has troubleshooting ideas. What advice would you give a teacher trying the QFT the first time? #ISTESTEM

Q4: Both Ts and Ss can struggle with their new roles in QFT. How have you overcome the challenges of student-centered learning? #ISTESTEM

Q5: Why is reflection by both Ts and Ss so important to the QFT process? #ISTESTEM

Q6: How has the use of the QFT in your classroom transformed student learning? #ISTESTEM

Q7: I believe the conclusion of the book is powerful. How can we share the benefits of QFT with others? #ISTESTEM

Q8: Final Question: What is one idea you garnered tonight that you will commit to try? #ISTESTEM