Many of you will be familiar with the classic group initiative Helium Stick. It’s one of those deceptively simple tasks that it actually very difficult…
Stumbled across this post from Terry Heick, a US-based educator focused on social improvement through learning innovation, and Director of Curriculum, TeachThought.
He argues, these five key learning strategies inspire students to be curious. Perhaps it goes without saying, but once you have ‘curious’ you can bet that ‘engagement’ will surely follow.
Note, that the third, fourth and fifth strategies all point to the value of integrating a playful, adventurous approach to learning in your curricula:
How well do these strategies that inspire curiosity stack up in your program?
At playmeo, we believe that group games and activities are a powerful (not to mention, attractive) way to engage people in their learning and help people connect with one another. We also know that strong relationships amplify the results of whatever we’re trying to get done.
What do you think?
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