We know we should ask questions, but which ones?

Moving the focus of learning from answers to questions is a huge task with many natural foes. But even when that effort is successful, important differences among the functions of various questions create a need to assist habitual questioners in determining how and when to ask what questions.

Scott Richards, The Power of  Questions is a quick stimulus to thinking about types and alternative purposes of questions. The chapter discussing questions to ask when thinking about the kind of person you want to become is especially strong.

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