The 5 Features of Science Inquiry: What Questions Do You Have?
"Learning to ask good questions is challenging and needs continual practice. Students should be encouraged to ask "big questions" on a regular basis. In addition, students need to be able to recognize which questions are scientific and which are not. Can the question be answered using evidence from the natural world? Is the question something that we can research using the web or other resources? Can the question be explored using materials that we have access too?"
The author offers a number of strategies Science teachers can use with their students.