curiosity, play

How Nature Inspires Better Design (and What This Means for Students) – John Spencer
Help students learn how to observe. When I had to teach about adaptations, I brought in insects, crustaceans, and plants for students to observe. Instead of taking pictures, they had to sketch out…
The decline of play | Peter Gray | TEDxNavesink – YouTube
Dr. Peter Gray compellingly brings attention to the reality that over the past 60 years in the United States there has been a gradual but, overall dramatic decline in children’s freedom to play…
Facilitating Student Curiosity: Strategies and Resources – Global Learning – Education Week
questions lead to unexpected adventures and a new way of thinking. Everything starts with a question, even if you don’t realize it.by teaching students how to ask and work with questions, their…
50 Great Wonders From Wonderopolis For Primary Grades | mattBgomez
using Wonderopolis in my classroom so I decided to put together some of the top wonders for young children.”
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Learning style – EduTech Wiki
“Reasonable adventurers who combines curiosity and the ability to be critical and reflective – only reference to curiosity in this entire article
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Decision Making Styles: Directive, Analytical, Conceptual and Behavioral – Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com
“Decision Making Styles: Directive, Analytical, Conceptual and Behavioral”
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What Is My Learning Style – Analytic Thinker
“Major Traits of the Analytic Thinker Tend toward the linear, step-wise processes of learning. Tend to see finite elements (details) of patterns rather than the whole; they are the tree see…
The ‘Why’ Behind Asking Why: The Science of Curiosity – Knowledge@Wharton
“Mario Livio: Curiosity has several kinds or flavors, and they are not driven by the same things. There is something that has been dubbed perceptual curiosity. That’s the curiosity we feel w…
How Curiosity Enhances Learning – InformED
“epistemic curiosity leads to intentional learning and perceptual curiosity leads an unintentional way of acquiring information. Furthermore, specific curiosity involves seeking information ab…
Epistemic Curiosity – Springer
“Epistemic curiosity is the desire to obtain new knowledge (e.g., concepts, ideas, and facts) expected to stimulate intellectual interest (I-type) or eliminate conditions of informational depr…
Online Tool for Planning your use of the QFT – Right Question Institute
The QFT Planning Tool will help to identify your teaching goals, consider how students’ questions may be used, design a Question Focus (QFocus), develop prioritization instructions, and create…
Use this Planning Tool and Integrate the Question Formulation Technique Into Your Lesson
QFT can advance curriculums, learning goals, Common Core standards, and other priorities determined by teachers and school administrators – all while promoting student engagement, developing stud…

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