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Ramona Mills is a creative writer with a Master’s Degree in Social Sciences. Creates blog content for different SMBs and writes essays, CVs, dissertations for writing services, including PayToWritePaper. In free time enjoys playing piano and reading.
There is no doubt about it. Teaching is hard. It requires skill. But essentially those skills boil down to two vital qualities: a good teacher is a patient listener and knows how to ask questions effectively. Questions are the stimulant of the intellect and the key to heart motivation. A good teacher doesn’t tell his students what to think. A good teacher teaches his students how to think. Questions achieve that goal. Of all teaching skills, the ability to ask the right questions in the right way at the right time is among the most important and indispensable. So, you ask, how can I ask questions effectively?