Curiosity and Imagination – We Need More of That In School

by Helmut Eder

Last year, I was talking with an intellectual acquaintance, Jared Kent, who agreed that everyone has curiosity, of course we had to establish that to get to the next point in our dialogue. He then stated that “You can see this fact in a large percentage of young children,” as his wife is one of the best school teachers in her district. Further, he notes; “Not losing this natural curiosity is the key then. Not many people remain curious past their 20s in my observations.”

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