How Curiosity Can Help Students Learn and Thrive

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Did you know that curiosity comes in five different forms? And that encouraging it in the classroom can help our students thrive? This article by Amy L. Eva from the Greater Good Science Center at Berkeley University breaks down the different types of curiosity types, why curiosity is so important to success, and what we can do to spark it in young people.

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