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Provoking Curiosity and Inquiry – Setting the Scene

Provoking Curiosity and Inquiry – Setting the Scene

Curiosity and Questioning, facilitated by Tania Lattanzio is a series of virtual workshops that benefits experienced educators and focuses on everyday learning experiences, learning environments and contexts leading to further intentional explorations.
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It discusses teachers’ behaviours on how to respond to children’s learning that will challenge them further in their practices. The online workshops conducted between August and September 2020 welcomed beyond 400 attendees over the three sessions as we delved deep into the art of asking questions to provoke children’s curiosity. 

Tania Lattanzio is an experienced international educator and educational consultant. Currently the Director of Innovative Global Education, she develops and conducts professional development for educators from early childhood through to high school. A passionate educator, Tania works closely with educational institutions to specifically meet their needs through supporting school reform, making significant shifts in pedagogy and developing conceptual curriculum frameworks in both local and international settings.

In the first workshop, we explored the role of the environment in provoking curiosity and wonderment, as a way for children to ask questions and develop theories. Tania and the participants analysed the difference between invitation and provocation, and the role of the environment in promoting exploration and inciting children’s interest. The group exchanged ideas on ways to engage early learners with provocations happening in their classrooms or at home.


Saturday, 1 Aug 2020, 9.00am to 12.30pm




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