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Chris Fancher talks about how to use question formulation techniques (QFT)’s in your classroom by sharing what he does in his. This simple 3 minute technique can change your classroom.
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Chris Fancher – Bio as Submitted
Middle School Design Teacher
Chris Fancher is a Middle Years Program (MYP) design teacher at a public International Baccalaureate (IB) charter school in Round Rock, TX. He has taught every course, from pre-algebra to calculus, in more than 20 years of public education.
As a military spouse, he found himself teaching mathematics in four states and two countries, as well as teaching college algebra and college statistics for the University of Maryland University College. Chris honed his project-based learning (PBL) skills at the nationally recognized Manor New Technology High School in Manor, TX. From that experience, he was selected to be on the Buck Institute for Education’s National Faculty (http://www.bie.org).
Prior to his current teaching
- 14 Million People Read Her Classroom Tweet About the One Question She Asks Students
- What I Wish My Teacher Knew: One Question That Could Change Everything
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