Kids Are Questioners

We start young, working with teachers and students K-12. Our work encourages children to learn through inquiry, to grow to become life long learners – active, engaged citizens. 

Young scholars have flexible brains

By helping kids cultivate navigation skills at an early age, they can approach critical problems with confidence and agility. And when we help the teacher shift her/his role to trusted illuminator, the student is free to become his/her own teacher.

All of our work follows an iterative process. We believe "fFailure is the best teacher: Success is the best reward."

Inquiring Minds started rethinking a classroom in PS 20 in Brooklyn in 2014 over the summer with a lot of help from our friends – students and teachers. Here we are in front of our first Learning Wall, a huge blank canvas. Later in the year, the 3rd, 4th and 5th graders helped pick their new furniture based on a user-experience process we helped lead them through.  

Inquiring Minds started rethinking a classroom in PS 20 in Brooklyn in 2014 over the summer with a lot of help from our friends – students and teachers. Here we are in front of our first Learning Wall, a huge blank canvas. Later in the year, the 3rd, 4th and 5th graders helped pick their new furniture based on a user-experience process we helped lead them through.

 

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