How important is curiosity for children, for adults and for our society? Can curiosity be built, developed and enriched in our school systems?
A recent OECD international Early Learning and Child Wellbeing study shows that children who are curious have stronger language and number skills, and better self-control. The latest TopClass podcast discusses how do we keep students curious and creative even after they've outgrown kindergarten
Don't look up ; Look forward: How are global trends shaping education?
The OECD's Trends Shaping Education 2022 report examines the major economic, political, social and technological trends affecting education. Andreas Schleicher says that we should look forwards to global trends and ask what impact they may have on education systems, and what we can do about it.
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