Inquiry and learning: Kath Murdoch TED Talk

This is a TED Talk that had popped up on my feed a few times, and now I’ve watched it, I can see why.

What if more classrooms were habitats in which wonder thrived?

What if classrooms were places that children knew their questions would be heard?

What if it was more exciting in a classroom to not know something, than it was to know something?

Kath Murdoch talks about the power of curiosity in classrooms:

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  1. #1 by Jami Tipton on June 18, 2017 - 1:39 am

    Thank you for sharing this TED Talk on The Power of Ummm. Watching this video helped me to understand how I, unknowingly have taken away the sense of wonder in students. It is so important that as a mom and a teacher that I encourage this sense of wonder and get them engaged in finding the answers to their questions so that they don’t lose their desire to learn.

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