How could we all be exceptional?
The world, particularly via the web, is full of knowledge and ways to understand things. But if it isn't obvious how to apply new knowledge in your own context, or where your current strengths and weaknesses are, it can be difficult to make real changes in what you do.
Tools on Good Questions enable people to take ideas and apply them to change what they do. They’re built around a flexible, well-tested approach for working with teams of people.
Good questions get you thinking
Your responses & peer reviews create a profile of strengths & weaknesses
Post your own experiences and learn from others
Try out actions, or suggest what others could do
Work in groups – for teams, organisations, or networks
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This tool has been developed to help organisations and individuals, working together with young musicians, to look at how they provide opportunities and support learners to discover and make their own inspiring experiences.
This tool has been developed to help organisations and individuals, working together, to look at how they support professional learning, leadership, coordination and collaboration.
This tool has been developed to help organisations and individuals, working together, to improve how they support children and young people to lead their own musical progression learning journeys.
What can music do to help children and young people's success in life?
How could you work with other people (perhaps colleagues, local schools, other organisations, parents, children) to create environments in which all children's potential might be fulfilled? And what would you need in place to be able to do this - resources, skills, mind-sets...
Good Questions: how does it work?
Can I make my own tools?
If you'd like to use Good Questions to create tools for your areas of interest and work, please contact us. We're keen to work with individuals and organisations working in social sectors, such as arts, education and sustainable development.