Launch Curiosity

Curiosity is innate in humans. Think about it…

It is the motivator to roll over as infants, to crawl, walk, reach...

At what point does curiosity diminish, or does it simply go dormant as we grow out of practice?

In my work with younger students, the practice and development of curiosity is a foremost objective. Through practicing the curiosity skills: wonder, questioning, investigation, and connection we develop children’s curiosity as well as critical thinking, scientific and research skills, excitement for reading and much more!

“Never tell people how to do things.

Tell them what to do, and they will surprise you with their ingenuity.”

-George S. Patton

In the midst of a pandemic, I found myself supporting a sort of one-room-school-house mixed age group of children. Due to their ages when the pandemic began, these students had a variety of schooling experiences and “holes” in their education. For that reason, we integrated skills they may have missed from multiple grade levels that would likely be useful in future schooling, and while simultaneously evoking the goal that learning should be interesting and meaningful…

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