Building a safe, connected classroom can feel impossible at times.
But mental health expert Dr. John Delony wants to help you navigate conversations and improve your relationships
That's why he developed Questions for Humans. These 52 conversation starters for the classroom will help you actually connect.The questions were made to promote a learning environment where all students are invited and excited to speak up (yes, even high schoolers). Oh, and the questions have been vetted by real students--and they had a blast using them.Whether this is a get-to-know-you activity at the start of the year or what you use to fill downtime, encourage your students to take turns, listen well, ask why, and laugh a lot.What to expect when you play: learn something unexpected
.You'll have some laughs.
You'll find it much, much easier to build trust.
You'll spend meaningful (and fun) quality time together.Here's a look at a few of the questions:
- What's the best song ever recorded?What are you dreading most about adulting?What are you saving up for right now?
Sometimes you can be sitting right next to someone but still feel 1,000 miles apart. These conversation starters can change that Spend a few minutes on one question or go through five or six questions in one sitting. The important part is to have some fun and connect.