Posted by: bwoof | March 13, 2015

Curiosity Project

A teacher and I are deep in conversation about possible ways to stoke student curiosity about The Book Thief. This has prompted me to start crafting a model for curiosity thinking and it looks like this.

Surprisingly, in a late afternoon conversation with others in my professional learning network, the same model seemed to have relevance. Here’s sketch #1 with other models to follow I hope.


Grateful for:

  • Chrystyna who always pushes her thinking so that her students can think
  • pastels, markers, chart paper and the examples from Thinking Collaborative re how to make visuals come alive.

Curious about:

  • the actual mechanics of HOW to make visuals come alive. Aside…this is my personal learning goal this year and maybe I’ll have some more examples to share in due time.


  1. […] Today’s George Couros’ blog creatively reminds me that curiosity is a virtue. Yes! A virtue. It’s a good thing. A really good thing. […]

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