It's Ask a Stupid Question Day! Ask a stupid question – and get new insights?

September 28, 2016 Tektronix Experts

During the 1980s a number of teachers realized that students weren’t asking questions for fear of sounding stupid. In response, they created a day dedicated to letting students ask the questions they were usually afraid to ask. By making a place that was safe for all questions, students were encouraged to open up and share their curiosity with the class, without the fear of being ridiculed. Since then Ask a Stupid Question Day has been an annual tradition celebrated on September 28 by American schools everywhere, and has more recently expanded into Britain and India.

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