Finding answers to questions that pique our curiosity—whether those questions are related to the local concerns of a single classroom or school- or community-wide challenges—can be extremely satisfying. In this TED Talk, neuroscientist Matthias Gruber of Cardiff University describes how curiosity works on a cognitive level to improve learning by activating the brain’s reward system and increasing our ability to remember information.
This is your brain on curiosity
By: Matthias Gruber, TEDx
K-12 educators | Lifelong learners
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