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"Questioning the depth of one's questions"

Describe what the authors (Paul & Elder) mean by "Questioning the depth of one's questions," and then explain a personal experience in which you either failed or succeeded in applying these methods to your own questioning. What was the outcome?

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"Questioning the depth of one's questions"
One of the tools used in gathering data in a research is a questionnaire. A questionnaire consists of directions that that must be clear and easily understood so that the respondents would be guided in responding. Vague direction may mislead the respondents and would result to low quality of information. In addition to a well constructed direction, the questions or items should also be well constructed. One of the considerations is the depth of the questionnaire. An ...

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The expert examines the questions of depth of one's questions. The personal experience in which you either failed or succeeded in applying these methods to your own questioning is examined.

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