Reflection: Student Led Inquiry What Is Curiosity? - Section 2: Guided Investigation

 

I want students to understand that curiosity drives inquiry and exploration. It is what drives those to discover ground-breaking things. It is what motivates people to persevere at a task or a research field. It is crucial to good research and innovation. This is why I have them interview multiple people over time. I want them to get a wide perspective of what people think about curiosity and how it had driven them.

  Process Not Product
  Student Led Inquiry: Process Not Product
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What Is Curiosity?

Unit 8: Science Exploration Research Projects
Lesson 1 of 8

Objective: Students will choose a project topic and begin the research process.

Big Idea: Students will begin the process of researching a scientific topic.

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