Good question-askers are proven to be more successful. However, students ask fewer and fewer questions as they get older, and this decline starts as they begin grade school. The inq app provides an activity that helps students develop their questioning skills in the classroom. It utilizes peer-to-peer learning as students brainstorm, edit, and prioritize their own questions, and teachers can watch their progress in real time. Teachers use these questions for anything from jumpstarting units to sparking research projects. Inq meets Common Core Standards and is based on question formulation resources from the Right Question Institute.
This project was featured in the Graphic Design Thesis Exhibition, “The Self; The Other,” and in Judson University’s 2017 Student Juried Exhibition.