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Curiosity is all about exploring and discovering.

Why does curiosity matter?

Curiosity is about having an open and active mind. Curiosity puts the brain in a state that makes learning more enjoyable. When we are curious we are open to engaging in new experiences and meeting new people.

What does curiosity look like?

Students with curiosity might:

  • try a variety of extra-curricular activities and be willing to participate in different opportunities;
  • ask questions about topics;
  • be interested in other people;
  • enjoy exploring and googling information.

Teachers with curiosity might:

  • be willing to explore a variety of topics and case studies;
  • ask students about what they would like to learn;
  • have a broad general knowledge.

"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious." 
Albert Einstein