From your fieldnotes/teacher research journal, share some of the insights and questions that came from writing for 10 minutes every day about what has been happening in your classroom (or various classrooms, in Chris' case). You can share excerpts from different days or choose one day's entry to copy and paste here.
Something that has come to mind for me, in thinking about how/why some kids resist schooling practices, is the impact of the new generation. I have heard that businesses and colleges are changing their expectations and practices to meet the unique needs of millenials, but as far as I can tell, K-12 schools aren't taking them into consideration, and are just operating in a business-as-usual mode. We spend a lot of time talking about how different cultures don't know the "hidden transcripts" of schooling, but I wonder if it isn't broader than this. Just something to throw into the mix as you consider your research questions :).