So they become more self-reliant problem-solvers

How might we spark student curiosity so they become more self-reliant problem-solvers?

How might we help students become more self-driven and reliant by encouraging their capacity to seek out answers to new questions? 

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Ask "why" with a partner until you hit a "dead end" in order to determine where you might be "stuck" (a good place to be) in your thinking.

Ask "why" with a partner until you hit a "dead end" in order to determine where you might be "stuck" (a good place to be) in your thinking.

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use questions that can't easily be answered on Google to help students develop a more curious mindset.

use questions that can't easily be answered on Google to help students develop a more curious mindset.

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Jane McGonigal's work on games has convincingly demonstrated the power they have in helping us "win" in challenging situations. Let's play!

Jane McGonigal's work on games has convincingly demonstrated the power they have in helping us "win" in challenging situations. Let's play!

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