in the Wall Street Journal.
Students are asked to write short questions about the environment, work environment, and the social and political environment they live in, and Google is looking to gather more feedback about how the question can help students understand the real world.
The questions are being conducted in Google’s online learning platform, which is aimed at helping students learn in the real time.
For example, students may write questions like, “If you were a man, what would you be?
What would you wear?
Would you wear a shirt with a big smile?” or, “What is your favorite part of being an inmate?”
The questions have been around since Google began testing them in 2015.
Google has been experimenting with different methods to teach inmates about life behind bars, like the fact that inmates are allowed to take photos in their cells and use them to build art.
However, the company has struggled with how to teach prisoners the value of collaboration and empathy.
The question asks students to consider their interactions with other inmates, as well as their interactions in their own prison.
For example, in the Washington State Prison at Tacoma, students are asked questions like: “What are the things you feel most like in prison?
What are the people you feel closest to?” and “How do you feel like the inmates in your cell have different personalities?
Do you think inmates have different needs?”
Google said the questions are designed to encourage students to “be involved in their environment” and help students to understand what is going on in their communities.
Google also said it wants to help students who have been in the same prison for a while to learn the challenges they face.
For instance, in San Quentin, students who live in the San Quentin Institution are taught to create a book for each of their roommates.
The students are encouraged to write down everything they know about the facility, and then share it with each other.
The goal of the project is to help inmates get to grips with the real-life realities of living inside the United States’ largest prison.