SEL Fact of the Week, 1/17

The Condition of Curiosity & Creativity encourages students to make full use of their imaginations in order to experience the “high” of exploring and developing new ideas. “Creativity has become viewed, since the late 1990s, as centrally relevant to education globally in a way it has perhaps never been before” (2005, p.3). Similarly, developing Curiosity is seen as critical to education at all levels and across all disciplines (Arnone, 2003).

My Voice student survey incorporates data from more than one million students and student focus groups, as well as field observations and interviews spanning three decades and several countries. – Russell Quaglia/Michael Corso

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