Introduction: Icebreaker questions are a great way to get teachers talking and engaging with each other during meetings. Here are some creative icebreaker questions to get the conversations going!
1. If you could design a new school subject, what would it be?
2. Is there a teacher from your school past who you admire? Why?
3. What’s one thing you most recently learned from a student?
4. What kind of student do you enjoy teaching the most?
5. Are there any educational books or resources you have found helpful?
6. How would you describe your teaching style?
7. If you could magically travel back in time to any school year, what would it be?
8. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
9. What’s the most satisfying aspect of being a teacher?
10. What job did you have before becoming a teacher?
11. If you could change one thing about your school, what would it be?
12. In two words, how would you describe your perfect teaching day?
13. What do you think sets your school apart from other schools?
14. What do you think is the biggest challenge teachers face today?
15. What projects or assignments do you find students are most engaged with?
16. In what ways do you incorporate technology into your lesson plans?
17. What strategies have you used to try to engage hard to reach students?
18. If you could have a conversation with any historical figure, who would it be?
19. What makes a successful lesson plan?
20. What would you like to learn more about in terms of teaching?