If you teach in an inquiry- or project-based classroom, you probably use guiding questions to help your students really dig into a topic. Well, now that summer is officially upon us, it's time to consider what questions will guide your summer and help you really dig in. Here's a list of 100 guiding questions that can help you get the most out of this season. Pick a question from the list, or let the ideas here inspire you to fashion your own. Then get busy with your summer of inquiry!
- What self-improvement should I do this summer?
- What positive health habit can I adopt?
- What is my most negative health habit, and how can I end it?
- What is my biggest physical complaint, and how can I get rid of it?
- How can I get outside more?
- What activity can I do with friends?
- What preventive care should I do this summer?
- How can I improve my attitude and outlook?
- How can I become happier?
- What part of my personality would I most like to change, and how?
- How can I better manage stress and anxiety?
- What self-talk do I do, and how can I make it more positive?
- How can I improve my energy and strength?
- What new hairstyle should I try?
- What shift in fashion would make me feel better about myself?