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Research to Practice: Don't Take No for an Answer: Questioning as a Self-Advocacy Tool for Transition Students

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This brief discusses two educational strategies developed by the Right Question Project and adapts them for use with students who are preparing for college. It is designed to help students develop effective questioning techniques so they can advocate for their needs, particularly in situations where others are in control.

The Research to Practice Briefs developed by World Education's National College Transition Network (NCTN) are designed to disseminate emerging college transition research from a variety of sources in a user-friendly format.

View the Research to Practice: Don't Take No for an Answer: Questioning as a Self-Advocacy Tool for Transition Students on NCTN's website. World Education, 2009.