An Update on the Project – Finally

Some of my students doing an independent study looking to reconnect learning and curiosity within the culture of public schooling.

Curiosity in Education

After having our schedule filled with school trips, college visits, and AP testing, we are finally back in class and are beginning get a better sense of what this prototype will look like. We’ve gathered so much information through teacher and student interviews so we have a pretty clear picture illustrated to us of what an engaging classroom looks like for many students and teachers at our school, obstacles to curiosity and having this engaging and empowering classroom environment, and what students and teachers believe is the goal of their education.

We’ve gathered and culled this information but have been unsure of how to package it into something that would help to cultivate curiosity and foster an engaging and empowering environment in classrooms.

At first, we thought that perhaps some sort of book or guide would be the best way to convey this information we’ve gathered, but we were hesitant…

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