The instructor provides a well-formulated question that requires personal responses from students. These responses elicit further questions. Responses demonstrate the student's knowledge, perspective, mindset, and interpretation of facts.
Appropriate Content Areas
All, but typical in ethic studies, political science, psychology, social studies, high-order mathematical concepts, and law.
Goals & Objectives
Identify how the activity aligns with student learning objectives (SLOs).
The goal or outcome is to develop or deepen an understanding of moral, ethical, or social issues through reflection on the questions and answers provided. Students develop critical and evaluative thinking skills.