We highly value the learning experiences that have the potential to become invisible tattoos in our students’ journeys. We highly value those experiences that ignite our students’ sense of wonder and curiosity.
Witnessing the moments when students wonder why things happen signals opportunities to design engagements that empowers them to construct the answer by themselves. This is exactly what Mr Javier is doing with his students in the second year of primary, exploring natural and social phenomena, variables and how people take action on them.
To make this experience more memorable, Mr. Javier invited Ms. Olga Sánchez, an actual scientist, who accompanied students in their inquiries and push them to think beyond what they had in front of them.
We are grateful to Ms Sánchez for taking the time to visit our North Campus, spending time with our students and making their learning experiences special. She is now part of the collective experiences of our students in the second year of primary.
November 24, 2023