IB ATT: Curiosity, creativity and passion

IB School Leadership: IB ATT: Curiosity, creativity and passion

Curiosity is at the heart of inquiry-based teaching and learning.We can and should teach young minds to embrace their inquisitive nature. Studies suggest inquisitiveness is linked to joy of the job, social skills and even a happy disposition. In an academic context, greater curiosity generally predicts greater success. (Piqued: The case for curiosity, The Hetchinger Report, July 2018)ActivatorWe need to trust teachers...

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