“When we tried to boil down what we were looking for — it was helping our colleagues rediscover their curiosity,” Hopkin said. He wanted teachers asking themselves questions like: Why does my lesson go this way? Why don’t I like this kind of student? Why did this go so well? “We wanted them to see the world with awe and wonder,” he said.

Source: When Coaching Teachers Has Curiosity As Its Primary Goal | MindShift | KQED News

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but that doesn’t have to happen at school.

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