Education is not curiosity driven

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One of the problems generated by incremental change leads to unsustainable educational paradigms, is that we generated a context of scientific education (at all levels) that is solution-driven instead of curiosity-driven. This is what leads to science in the classroom is separated from the real world outside, because students care about what happens outside equally (probably even more) than what happens inside the classroom.

Curiosity-driven education also means that science education should be method-oriented, while our current system forces that education is content based.


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