Open- v Closed-Ended Questions

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Hi everyone–and happy start to the semester.  I’m about to teach a bit on interviewing and counseling and am using a fun video on different types of questions courtesy of my nieces.  Nothing like some teenagers (and an 8 year old) stuck at home during the pandemic to get really creative in helping their mom (my sister Nancy) make class material for her class on facilitation more interesting.  Enjoy! 

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Andrea Schneider

Before Andrea Kupfer Schneider even knew or understood the words negotiation or mediation, she figured a way to outsource her chores to her younger brother by paying him a part of her allowance.  Not a new trick, but noteworthy that she hit upon the idea naturally. Such is the somewhat… MORE >

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