From Garreth Heidt Perkiomen at Creativity at Work: In Michael Gelb’s How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci, Gelb describes an exer­cise in ques­tioning that asks the reader to sit quietly and create a list of 100 ques­tions. There is no direc­tion as to what ques­tions to ask, and there is to be no crit­i­cism or judg­ment of ques­tions. You simply ask them. For Perkiomen’s seventh grade students he short­ened the exer­cise to 50 ques­tions and started them with a few exam­ples from his own list. · Go to Teaching for creativity: Asking ques­tions →