Going Virtual: How to Create Student Curiosity in Remote Instruction Courses

The most important result from the last twenty years of classroom research has been the shift from “teacher-centered” to “student-centered” teaching: the Active Learning revolution. Yet, this effort is narrowly focused on how students learn. For teaching to be truly “student-centered," one must first understand why students want to learn. By understanding student motivation we are able to fully integrate them into their learning process. Using the definition of curiosity offered by cognitive scientists, veteran professor and curiosity researcher Dr. Jose Vazquez will provide some basic strategies instructors can use right away to motivate students to learn by creating curiosity.


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