BREXIT!! Now I’ve got your attention, let’s talk about questions…

How important are questions when delivering learning content? Do they really help to make the learner feel engaged? And does the learner really sit there and answer these questions in their head? Well, you can probably answer that based on how you responded to the last three!

While bombarding the learner with unnecessary questions can seem like a cheap attempt to get a reaction, using their answers to personalise the learning journey is a completely different ball game. It also gives the opportunity for dialogue that breaks away from statements and declaratives, creating a learning environment based on debate not dictation; in short, a conversation with the learner.

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