The Benefits of Cultivating Curiosity in Kids

Toby MetcalfToby Metcalf Administrator, Team BoomWriter admin

Good day Teachers,
I found this article via MindShift and I am very interested in your thoughts & opinions.
"Curiosity comes with many benefits. Studies suggest it’s linked to joy on the job, social skills and even a happy disposition. And in an academic context, greater curiosity generally predicts greater success."
Getting students curious will help keep them engaged and make lessons more productive.
What are you doing to foster curiosity in your classroom?

Here is a link to the entire piece:
https://www.kqed.org/mindshift/51538/the-benefits-of-cultivating-curiosity-in-kids?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Issue: 2018-06-29 K-12 Education Dive Newsletter [issue:15991]&utm_term=Education Dive: K12

I look forward to your thoughts and contributions.
Best,
Toby

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