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I am presenting to other faculty members on the idea of asking better questions in curriculum development and everyday lessons. I am trying to merge Understanding by Design, Making Learning Whole (by David Perkins) and Project Based Learning. Can anyone share an instance where PBL, or UBD, or other changes in how you ask questions has changed your classroom or helped your students learn better? I appreciate any and all responses.