show high levels of curiosity, creativity and inquisitiveness but
I refuse to think it is that they just become uninterested naturally and believe it is due to schools teaching us that
I believe that everyone has interests and passions for learning we just need to nurture these interests not extinguish it. I think positive impact can come from schools and it is not just about genetics or parental upbringing but this does have an effect.
Questioning is discourages in primary and secondary schools because teachers feel they can't answer the questions with their knowledge or feel questioning is frustrating.
Teachers think it is enough to teach what is already known rather than discovering what isn't known.
Which means once students arrive at university they are lethargic and have forgotten what it means to question and discover knowledge. Students are also scared of being wrong and making mistakes.
Teacher's also discourage students from making mistakes and failure even though people produce deeper learning from trial and error.
-need smaller ratio of facilitator to student
-inspire students to question everything and discover for themselves and use the art of questioning
-don't grade through exams grade through work
-learn from trial and error