Calibrating Your "Compelling Compass": Teacher-Constructed Prompts to Assist Question Development
Since the publication of The College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework in 2013, there has been growing interest in compelling questions and their impact on social studies instruction. But what exactly does "compelling" mean? How do teachers know when they have hit "the sweet spot between the qualities of being intellectually rigorous and relevant to students?" As more and more states include similar language in their own standards, it has become increasingly important to understand how classroom teachers conceive of compelling questions so we may learn from them and grow in our development and use of inquiry-based questions in social studies.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2017
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