This week, The Big Think published a short video of Hal Gregersen, a co-author of Clayton Christensen, where he says that he has data showing that “the average high school student asks one question of substance per month in a classroom.”
He didn’t give any indication about where he found that data, though. And, though I could find some other places where he alluded to this topic, I couldn’t find him giving any source for his information.
Does anyone out there know his source?
I’m a bit skeptical, though, of course, it also depends on your definition of “average” and of “substance.”
Does it reflect your experience in the classroom?
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