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Questions

By: Jim Bruce
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… How many have you asked today?

 

The importance of being able to ask and actually asking questions is verbalized in these four quotes:

Are You a Ball Hog?

By: Jim Bruce
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Today’s Tuesday Reading is an essay by Amanda Winegarden, a Security Risk Analyst in the University Information Security Group at the University of Minnesota. She is a new alumna from the recently graduated MOR Lead From Where You Are Program at the University of Minnesota. Her essay first appeared as a program reflection earlier this year. [Amanda may be reached at <mandy@umn.edu>.] 
 
 

Why Should We Ask Questions?

By: Jim Bruce
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Kids ask questions in order to learn about the world in which they live. And, sometimes they will answer their own question to show-off what they know – for example, my great-granddaughter holding out a stuffed rabbit and saying “rabbit” – and sometimes they want you to tell them. As they grow older, their questions may give you an opportunity to propose additional questions they might be asking.
 

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