Curiosity Driven Units

Create Units with Student Input. What subjects spark the more curiosity in the class.

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Teachers step back and the class submits questions along the lines of "When do we go from growing to dying?" "Why does the moon look larger sometimes?" "How loud can music get?" The teacher comes back with STEM links and unit structure, but the students have set the initial question to be answered at the end of the unit.

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Kenneth Hawthorn this sounds like it connects to #boomerang & also Curiosity Journals! I bet together, you all would make a great team! 

I wonder if using curiosity journals and the boomerang approach, you could designing meaningful lessons on a sustainable basis that support student interests? Joe D'Annibale 

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