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That's a Good Question: How to Teach by Asking Questions

by Marienne Uszier

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156939279X, Paperback)

That's A Good Question discusses how asking questions in the studio can be an effective teaching strategy. This comprehensive book covers what questions to ask, and how to tailor questions to different personalities. Many examples are given to help you apply the techniques learned from this book in your teaching.

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