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Make time to get curious about curiosity
November 30 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm GMT
Curiosity is a vital mental state for both learning and problem solving, but who has the time to be curious these days? We’re too busy rushing from one task to the next, barely having time to lift up our heads, let alone ponder ‘what if?’. It’s clear how important curiosity is, so in this interactive session we’ll explore how to elbow some time and headspace to enhance our own curiosity and that of our learners. It’s time to get curious about curiosity!
In the session we’ll:
- Explore the evolutionary advantage of curiosity and why it’s so addictive
- Share some scientific research on curiosity that will change how you think about it.
- Generate and share a number of approaches we can all use to build curiosity in our learners.
About the speaker
Rob has spent 20+ years combining an engineer’s problem-solving mindset with human-centred design in the field of digital learning, innovation and change. He sees the ability to learn, unlearn and relearn as critical to our survival as a species and a major force for empowering positive change.
He was the elected Chair of the eLearning Network for two years, is a regular conference speaker across Europe, judges innovation awards and was honoured with the ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Industry’ eLearning Award in 2015. He is the founder of LAS (winner of Learning Organisation of the Year 2021) which has grown to become a multi award-winning human-centred learning, innovation and change agency. He is also the editor and co-author of the Really Useful eLearning Instruction Manual, published by Wiley and featuring contributions from the brightest and best elearning minds on both sides of the Atlantic.