Teachers should model curiosity to students

11/20/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Asking good questions is the key to fostering curiosity in students -- and perhaps inspiring them to explore and achieve their goals, writes veteran educator John Barell. In this blog post, he suggests teachers and others share their own curiosities with students, focus on problem-based instruction and teach students to observe the world around them and develop questions based on their observations.

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