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"Take a student, place him in a situation of moderate uncertainty about some topic and get out of his way while he gets excited and attentive and directs his exploration to the source of his uncertainty. Moreover, research has demonstrated that he will enjoy his exploration and the accumulation of knowledge."

--Hy Day, from "Curiosity and the Interested Explorer," 1982, p.19.


This page serves as a repository for selected articles published by me and/or with co-authors. I plan on making additions such as evaluation instruments and other tools from my research that may be helpful to educators.



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Using Instructional Design Strategies to Foster Curiosity
Educators and instructional designers recognize that instilling curiosity in students encourages their disposition to learn.This ERIC Digest provides a brief background on curiosity and strategies for stimulating this scholarly attribute.