Being Curious

Being Curious

I like to remind students that learning doesn’t end at 3:01, when the bell rings. There is no limit as to how much can be learned and I always encourage my students to push themselves and to be curious.

This is also what I do when I have free time. I continue exploring and learning new things. Today, while looking for a few interesting videos on the internet, I discovered that…

-In latin, “fire” is “ignis”. Les roches ignées proviennent du magma ou de la lave chaude. Feu, volcans, lave chaude… Cool, isn’t it?

Here are a few videos that might be of interest to the class.

1. Comment fabriquer des cristaux de sucre

2. Les cristaux


What did you learn today?




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