Case in Point, Relevant to the Previous Blog Entry

I once taught a class for an hour in which I said nothing that was not a question. At the end, my final question was, “What did I do today?” They said many versions of “You made us think”. Not once did anyone say, “Everything you said was a question.” I had to tell them. If someone had seen it, that would have required a knowledge of “meta-communication”.

Published in: on November 10, 2009 at 2:55 pm  Comments (4)  


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