Why do postsecondary students struggle when we ask them to pose questions? It is because most of their schooling has focused on their ability to answer rather than ask questions. Yet question formulation is a fundamentally important lifelong skill. It also helps students become more curious, active, and engaged learners. This workshop introduces instructions to the Question Formulation Technique (QFT), a simple and adaptable strategy for teaching students to ask better questions. The QFT was originally developed by Luz Santana and Dan Rothstein, co-directors of the Right Question Institute and co-authors of Make Just One Change: Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions (Harvard Education Press). It is now used in more than one million K-20 classrooms in over 150 countries. Importantly, the strategy is flexible enough to use in small and large classes from any discipline, whether face-to-face or online. The workshop will equip you with the practical knowledge you need to implement the QFT in order to help your students become more sophisticated thinkers.