Rich Learning with Dan Finkel | Part 2: Lighting Student Curiosity

All Rich Learning Series with Dan Finkel

“For students to learn, we need them to want to learn. Curiosity is the fuel of education.”

In this video, Dan explains how to launch a Rich task. We see three teachers launch three different Rich tasks with their classes. By starting the lesson with clear but compelling questions, we see how curiosity can motivate students to dive into productive struggle.

Want to know how to keep students in productive struggle? Watch Part 3 of our series to learn more in Rich Learning with Dan Finkel.

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