Good inquiry questions:
- Are an invitation to think (not recall, summarize, and detail).
- Require support and justification, not just an answer.
- Are open-ended; typically there is not final, correct answer.
- make you think about something in a way you never considered before
- Invites both deep thinking and deep feelings. Asks you to think ethically (what is right and wrong).
- Leads to more good questions.