One of the main problems of school education is that, because of the urgent need to meet an increasingly closed curriculum, offer students something that they have neither defendant nor have any interest in learning.
This is the cause for much of the effort and energy of teachers is lost in getting to motivate students and show them that what they learn is of any use to them. What it is not paradoxical because curiosity is one of the most defining characteristics of children and adolescents and the real engine of learning. What then is the problem? Why we are not able to make the school’s curiosity of the students? Continue reading