In education, most of an instructor's effort is put into helping a student find their right answer. But are we overlooking students' abilities to ask good questions? Warren Berger, a self-proclaimed questionologist, believes that the act of questioning is an indispensable skill. In his article at Edutopia, Berger goes in depth on five ways instructors can encourage their students to ask good questions. We've provided an excerpt from the article below, but we recommend that you read Berger's full post, which you can find here.