Curiosity is a huge part of learning, and it is what pushes us to delve deeper into meaning in order to understand more. Encourage curiosity in your students, and if you don't know the answer to their questions, figure it out!
Teaching never seems to follow the plan you set for the day, and that is okay. "Embrace the Mess", like parenting. Sometimes the ugliest messes result in the best learning as we can often build a whole from the pieces.
And lastly, practice reflection: as we have been encouraged to do since day one of the PIDP. As we review daily, what we know and how we present it to others, it creates our own curiosity and pushes us to learn more and in new ways, the same as we encourage our students to do.
So spare 6 minutes of your day and open your thoughts to what it took Ramsey Musallam a medical emergency to realize.
Video Source: https://youtu.be/YsYHqfk0X2A