Recommended Books Connected to Curiosity and Inquiry

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Recommended Videos Connected to Curiosity and Inquiry

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Recommended Websites and Blog Posts Connected to Curiosity and Inquiry

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Genius Hour - During genius hour students of all levels are empowered to explore their own passions.

TED Talks - Curiosity - A collection of TED Talks (and more) on the topic of curiosity.

Google Expeditions - How 3 teachers use Expeditions to enhance their students’ natural curiosity.

TED Ed - TED-Ed Originals are short, award-winning animated videos about ideas that spark the curiosity of learners everywhere.

Workbench Project Based Learning - Workbench provides a ready-made platform for makers of great products to connect with end users and build online communities.

Inquiry-Based Learning - Collection of resources from Edutopia connected inquiry learning.

Inspiration and Engagement - Blog post exploring the power of a good lesson hook.

10 Benefits of Inquiry Learning - Sketch-noter Sylvia Duckworth took Trevor MacKenzie’s ideas on the benefits on inquiry-based learning.

Makerspaces - Google+ collection of resources and concepts connected to creating and maintaining makerspaces.

Standford Design School - The d.school is a place where people use design to develop their own creative potential.

BBC Earth - Be amazed. YouTube Channel from BBC Earth with clips and videos connected to the amazing planet we share.

Google Search and Fun Facts - Head to Google, ask for a fun fact about something (think plants, animals, fruits and veggies). A fun fact is delivered right at the top of your search results.

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