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Acknowledgments

It takes a teamtowrite a book. Questions for Life: Powerful Strategies to Guide Critical Thinking is no exception.

From inception to printing, writing a book requires research, creativity, new ideas, old ideas, input from a variety of sources, synthesizing, collaborating, fine-tuning and much writing, editing, and producing.

I would like to first thank and acknowledge Dr. Ronald L. Partin. He is the author of a well-received book that also took a team to build,

ClassroomTeachers’ Survival Guide: Practical Strategies, Management Techniques, and Reproducibles for New and Experienced Teachers.

Ron provided the research and guidance that kept our writing team accurate and accountable.

Terri Bianco, consultant, writer, and head of TBEnterprises, lent voice to my thoughts, collaborated on concepts, and made written sense out of ideas, experiences, and insights I have gathered as I travel through the world of education.

The following educators contributed ideas, classroom examples, lesson plans, and helpful reviews of our efforts. They did so out of their dedication to learning and their passion for Questions for Life.

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