For the next few days I will give you a summary on the course 5 Habits of Highl Crative Teachers followed on Canvas during the 2014 summer.
1- What’s in The Curiosity Cabinet
by Strawberry Blue Olive
Learning is by nature curiosity… prying into everything, reluctant to leave anything, material or immaterial, unexplained. – Philo of Alexandria
Curiosity is an important growth mindset and plays into many aspects of our lives. It is a part of creativity, and is also important for you as seek knowledge as the teacher as researcher. There are a few offerings in the curiosity cabinet for you to explore, and see how others explore curiosity in education, technology, health and research. If you have something to add to the curiosity cabinet that will expand and extend the knowledge bank, then please share with everyone.
- The Hungry Mind: The Origins of Curiosity Susan Engel, Williams University Talk (20:00) August 2011
- The One Thing that Truly Motivates Creative Talent Debbie Morrison for FastCompany. December 2013
- The Case for Curiosity » Susan Engel for Creativity Now! Educational Leadership February 2013
- The Impact of Technology on Curiosity. Terry Heick for TeachThought. August 2013
- The Power of Curiosity Todd Kashdan for Exper!ence Life May 2010
- The 4/24 Project Hal Gregerson, Vimeo Video (2:14)
- Fuel Creativity in the Classroom with Divergent Thinking Stacey Goodman for Edutopia March 2014
- The Psychology of Curiosity: A Review and Reinterpretation George Lowenstein in Psychological Bulletin 1994 Vol.116, No. 1, 75-98
I hope theses references will give you some fundamentals to construct your curiosity cabinet . You will see habit no.2 The Remix Culture on the next post!