Teacher’s Most Powerful Tool: Piquing Students’ Curiosity

| June 4, 2013 | 4 Comments
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Ramsey Musallam, a high school chemistry teacher from the San Francisco Bay Area, has been creatively using digital tools in his classroom for several years as a way to drive students to deeper inquiry. In a recent TED talk, Musallam says that a teacher’s strongest tool — the force that draws students deeper into learning — is piquing students’ curiosity. In his classroom, Musallam follows three rules: curiosity comes first, embrace the mess, and reflect and revise.


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  • staceyflynn

    Good stuff!

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