Organisé par Curiosity Learning

Stories from students who started a Curiosity Club


High school students all over the Netherlands are utilizing the Curiosity Club framework and support in order to run the club within their own schools. They run the club for lower secondary students, where they learn anything they are curious about, through collaborative projects. This allows kids to stay intrinsically motivated to learn, and curious throughout their lives – lifelong learners. Curiosity Club Guides provide guidance, exposure, and team building during the sessions.
During this Learning Festival event, you'll hear the stories of inspiring youth – the Curiosity Club Guides. After which you'll get the chance to pick their brains about and ask your own curiosity-driven questions.
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Mercredi 25 Janvier 2023

19:40 CET, UTC+1h

  • Engagement de la jeunesse
  • Enseignement primaire & secondaire
  • Formation continue

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  • Anglais

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