This book, is a new revised edition (July 2017) discusses a type of open-ended problem solving question called a “good” question. These enhance learning, teaching and assessment and are a useful addition to a teacher’s strategies. This second edition includes practical advice on how to create your own “good” questions and use them within the classroom environment. Organised by subject and levels (upper, middle and junior), teachers can locate the relevant topic they are working on, and select questions appropriate for their students. The subject areas covered are Number Measurement, Space and Chance and Data.