A Deeper Dive into Curiosity

  • A Deeper Dive into Curiosity

    Posted by Susie on August 3, 2023 at 7:12 am

    Today is our very first Thinking Thursday! 🌟

    Let’s take an exciting dive into our theme and explore the incredible power of curiosity!

    Curiosity acts as a guiding torch for learners in their Project-based Learning projects. It fuels their desire for exploration, inquiry, and knowledge, igniting a spark of wonder within them.

    Those thought-provoking questions (why, who, how, what) become their trusty companions as they seek out resources and dive deeper into the subject matter. 🔍💡

    As a catalyst, curiosity works its magic, inspiring learners to think critically, solve problems, and actively engage in their projects. They take ownership of their learning, delving beyond the surface and forging meaningful connections.

    In Project-based Learning, curiosity becomes their compass, steering them towards authentic, engaging, and self-directed discovery. And trust us, as a teacher, you might need to run to keep up with their boundless enthusiasm! 😉

    Why does this matter, you ask? Simple! This same curiosity-fuelled enthusiasm for learning will continue to drive them in their futures as they embark on career paths and studies, leading them to successful and fulfilling lives.

    Now, let’s make it actionable! What one thing do you think you can do in the next week to nurture learner curiosity? And what result do you expect from this exciting endeavour? Share your thoughts and ideas with us! 🗣️💬 Let’s spark the flame of curiosity and make a difference together! 🚀🔥

    Susie replied 7 months, 3 weeks ago 2 Members · 4 Replies
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  • Susie

    August 11, 2023 at 8:27 am

    🌟 Our question for today is: How can you model curiosity in the classroom as a teacher? 🚀

    How do you showcase curiosity in a deeply personal and authentic way?

    Here are some super cool ways to do it:

    1. Express genuine excitement when you introduce a new topic. ✨
    2. Use facial expressions to show your wonder and excitement. 😲
    3. Share personal stories of your experiences with the topic. 🗣️
    4. 4. Tell the learners about your eagerness to learn and how curiosity led you down unexpected paths of discovery. 💡
    5. 5. Use animated gestures and an enthusiastic voice. 🎤🙌
    6. 6. Encourage learners to ask questions, explore, and think critically. 🌱🔍
    7. 7. Embark on a journey of exploration with your learners, fueled by combined enthusiasm to find out more. 💫

    Now, we’d love to hear from you! Which of these wonderful ways have worked for you? And how did they make a difference in your classroom? Share your experiences with us!

    🗣️💬 Let’s inspire each other and make curiosity the heart of our learning adventures! 🤗🌈

  • Susie

    August 31, 2023 at 11:26 am

    🌟 Today is Thinking Thursday, and we’re ready to take a deeper dive into our theme – Curiosity in the Classroom!


    Our question for today is a fantastic one: How do we celebrate curiosity in the classroom? Let’s explore some exciting ideas together!


    🌟 Acknowledge and celebrate instances of curiosity! When learners ask insightful questions or show genuine interest in a topic, let them know how much you appreciate their inquisitive nature.


    🌟 Offer positive feedback to acknowledge their efforts! When learners display a thirst for knowledge, praise their curiosity and encourage them to keep exploring!


    🌟 Highlight their progress and growth! Emphasise how their curiosity has led them to new discoveries and expanded their understanding!


    Now, we’d love to hear from you! What other ways have worked for you in creating an environment where curiosity thrives? How do you nurture curiosity and foster a sense of pride and motivation in your learners?

    🌱💪 Share your best ideas with us!


    Let’s celebrate curiosity together and create a learning space where wonder and exploration are cherished!

    🌟🤗 Join us in a chat, and let’s inspire each other with our innovative approaches! 🌈💭


    September 5, 2023 at 7:31 am

    By learning, reading, writing and doing orals

    By teaching, dancing or dancing

    If you see that the learner is curious you can give that learner an investigation to do in order for that learner to get helped

    • Susie

      September 5, 2023 at 9:18 am


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