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How can curiosity, pupil choice and independent thinking be developed as part of a knowledge-rich curriculum?

A criticism of schools choosing to teach a knowledge-rich curriculum is that they are treating children like robots, who they bombard with dry facts, rather than developing children’s curiosity. It is often assumed that in these schools, children will have no say in what they are learning and will lack independence of thought, as teachersContinue reading “How can curiosity, pupil choice and independent thinking be developed as part of a knowledge-rich curriculum?”

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