Dr. Jason Crean engages students in a freshman biology class using a Driving Question Board with an anchoring phenomenon around selective breeding of dogs.
As you watch the video, you will see Dr. Creon model how to develop the driving questions around the topic of breeding dogs. Students participate to develop the questions.
Working together, students categorize where their questions should be on the board: breeding and ancestry for example.
Learning from this strategy, how might you use a driving question board in your classroom to get students to ask deeper questions to engage in their learning? Please share your thoughts.