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Passion & Curiosity

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Sheila Orr

on 18 August 2015

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Transcript of Passion & Curiosity

What is PQ & CQ?
"The winners won’t just be those with more I.Q. It will also be those with more P.Q. (passion quotient) and C.Q. (curiosity quotient) to leverage all the new digital tools to not just find a job, but to invent one or reinvent one, and to not just learn but to relearn for a lifetime." -Thomas L. Friedman
Bringing Curiosity to my Work
I explore Wicked Problems (both for this course and at work). I also reach out to my PLN to find new and interesting things to bring to my classroom
Passion & Curiosity in Students
In my classroom students work collaboratively to explore problems and find solutions, as well as give each other feedback
In addition to 1 to 1 classroom, I have brought the maker movement to my classroom. One example is the lesson, I developed in CEP 811 using Makey Makey kits to teach transformations.
Bringing it Together
Using my PQ & CQ, I share the work my students do with a larger audience, my PLN and at conferences. I also have students share there work by either presenting at school or sharing their work digitally online. This allows the students to feel their PQ & CQ are important and worth sharing.
Bringing Passion to my Work
Passion & Curiosity
Education needs to be applicable and attainable to all students. I have reached outside my school to learn more about collaborative learning and real world problems to help make math accessible to all students.
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