General Sites for EQs:
Edge is a very cool a site, about cutting edge ideas and thinkers.
The second link takes you to the questions top thinkers were asking in their work a few years ago:
from Jamie McKenzie, an early proponent of working via questions:
from From Now On FNO.ORG – A Questioning Toolkit:
from Horace (Coalition of Essential Schools) – an old article on my work for CES on essential questions:
Dramatica is software to help novelists and screenplay writers. Here is a cool set of plot-writing questions:
from Richard Paul and the Critical Thinking Institute:
Science Qs for Small Children
An Essential Questions Resource Site, developed by a teacher:
Advice to students on asking EQs in their research, from library media specialists:
NJ Standards Clarification Project – a rich resource
We helped design teams develop essential questions and understandings for all nine subject areas in NJ:
Delaware State Standards Clartification Project: we also helped Delaware conduct its own Standards project:
Social studies:
 District and School Essential Questions
Derry School: 150 math EQs
Glastonbury, CT Foreign Language Dept EQs:
Grand Island, NE: K-12 EQs and EUs for most program areas

Greece ELA: great site, with rubrics, themes, and EQs for writing grades 6-12:
Key School, MD: EQs and EUs in Math
Montgomery Cty, MD:
 sample 1st and 8th grade units:
Simsbury CT: Teacher EQ Self-assessment Rubric
Please email us if 1) you know of great links not cited here and/or 2) if the links fail to work. Email Grant



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