Category Archives: Science Instruction

Making Room for Uncertainty in the Required Curriculum

Poking through my feed reader this morning, I stumbled across a Mindshift KQED article that I think every educator ought to read. Titled How to Spark Curiosity in Children through Embracing Uncertainty, it makes a simple argument: ¬†Instruction centered on facts that have already been settled fails today’s students. ¬†“Without insight into the holes in […]