It is observed many times that students do not ask the right questions in the classroom. They just attend the lectures passively. Rather than asking the questions o get their doubt cleared, they assume something else and then get their concepts wrong. Should the students in a math class be encouraged to ask useful questions? Is it worth the effort in persuading and forcing the students to ask genuine questions?
Here are a few reasons which I found useful-
- Asking questions makes the class more interactive rather than just passive learning.
- Asking proper questions makes the students engage more deeply with math, which results in more critical thinking.
Are there any more aspects apart from the above listed, to the benefits of asking questions?
Thanks in advance for the help :-)