Episode 15

How to Use Artworks to Improve your Questioning Skills

Published on: 12th August, 2021

How can you improve your questioning skills without resorting to reading long lists of tips and techniques and do's and don'ts?

What can you use to help you create, sort and evaluate better questions?

The simple answer is: ART.

I’ve been using artworks for years to help me to brainstorm, sort, re-word and improve my questions.

Artworks (and objects) provide an engaging and focused way to work on your questioning skills.

I’m not an ‘expert questioner’ by any means and have found that this is a skill that I have had to consistently work at to improve. But by using artworks, I really enjoy the process too. 

In today’s episode I’m going to share with you some practical ways you can use art as a tool to become a better questioner! 

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Wikiart.org - https://www.wikiart.org/

How to Ask Brilliant Questions Masterclass https://thinkingmuseum.com/product/how-to-ask-brilliant-questions-that-get-results/

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