Wednesday, November 7, 2012

How do curious people share their learning?

This week in the Curiosity Project students were asked what they thought curious people did when they had found the answers to their questions.  Here are some of their replies:

You could make a book about what you've learned.  By doing art.  By making a collage.  A puppet show.  By doing a gallery.  By talking and telling people. If it was about people you could make a family tree.  You could make a website.  You could make a small video and post it on Youtube. (Calum)

They can share their learning by:
  • Making posters
  • Drawing a picture of what they did and labeling it is a good way to share.
  • Writing what you did, how you did it and why you did it in an email or a letter.
  • Making a video of your learning for eg. an experiment and showing the video maybe even on youtube.
  • Speaking to the person and sharing their learning is one of the best ways that you can share

There are many different ways in which a curious person can share their learning.  For example: They can answer the questions that they asked to begin with, they can express through words, they can share through videos, they can make posters, or maybe some people can make an experiment.  You can also express through writing or drawing a diagram.  (Nirvaan)

They  share  there  learning   by   using :  computers, books, posters, videos, pictures, models and their own brain. And choose an interesting fact  to share and sometimes take  one question  and  join  another and it becomes a better question. (Sahana)

Next week an entire morning will be given to the students so that they can share what they have found out about the subjects that they are curious about.  I'm very interested to see what they will choose to do in order to share their own learning.

Photo is of a mural painted on the wall in the secondary school

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing this wonderful list about how to share ideas. My students have been thinking about this. I will share your ideas with them. You have helped us! Thanks.