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Cultivating Curiosity in Our Students as a Catalyst for Learning

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Cultivating Curiosity in Our Students as a Catalyst for Learning

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There’s not much pedagogical literature on the topic of curiosity. In fact the article referenced here is the only piece I can remember seeing on the subject, which is a bit surprising because curiosity does play an important role in learning. One of the definitions offered in the article explains how the two relate. “Curiosity, a state of arousal involving exploratory behavior, leads to thinking and thinking culminates in learning.” (p. 53)

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