1. Search and Research
Before you ask a question, you should have some information about that problem. It will help you and us to answer your question more efficiently and precisely. Later, it will also help you keep the discussion more focused, intensive and directional.
2. Select a proper Category, Subcategory and Topic.
Classification of the topic will help us to answer you in a better manner; It will also help us to organize the knowledge and information for others to share and gain from it.
3. Describe your Problem/Question properly: Be Specific, but do not be Verbose.
If you ask a vague question, you’ll get a vague answer. But if you give us details and context, we can provide a useful, relevant answer. In most of the cases it is very important to explain the context of the problem to minimize the Confusion and Misunderstanding.
4. Try to ask one question at a time or avoid asking multiple questions at time.
It will help to solve the problem better, and you will get a more satisfied and relevant answer. Community members would be able to perform a good research for you.
5. Use good and simple English.
Be Clear, Concise and Simple. This will help to increase the reach, grasp and consideration of your question to more members of the community.
6. Use text formatting options.
The better presentation of your question and problem description will help to attract more members to it; you can use Lists, Colors, Bold, Italics, Hyperlinks, Image and Video links to define your problem.
7. Tone and Courtesy
It is important to be courteous and to remain polite at all times, but also to be direct to the point. Do not be overfriendly and overconfident. Sincerity and Respect will always lead you to the right Direction.
8. If you get a solution let others know.
You learn better by sharing the Knowledge and Information that you have; it will help the world to grow and develop in a rapid fashion that will help us to lead a more pleasant life. Always remember that some nice person at other end is helping you and many others.
9. Use Bloom’s Taxonomy to Think and Brainstorm about your Question.
Low Level Thinking Skills: Knowledge and Comprehension
High Level Thinking Skills: Application, Analysis, Synthesis and Evaluation
10. Practice more advanced tools of Knowledge management: Digital Bloom. Don’t be Dumb; Be SMART now.
Bloom’s Taxonomy has evolved to a great extent; It has been integrated with technology as with many other things that we use. Visit the following Website:
Digital Bloom: http://mnpsbloom.weebly.com/remembering.html
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