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Explorer Games

Tools to Discover Your Adventure
 
 

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Those were either our explorations and experiments or those of explorers we know.
How is Explorer Games played?

Hi, I’m Explorer Rex. Welcome to Explorer Games. Exploring is the best game I know. This is not a shoot’em up game, but if you play, a great mystery will be revealed. I’ll explain more, but first, would any of these questions be worth exploring?

1) What would be more fun?
Learning an academic skill this way...
2) Or by making a new machine?
3) What would your smash hit book or movie be about?
4) Do you know the number one predictor for success in any occupation is not IQ, GPA, or SAT scores? Could it be a self-disciplined hobby?
5) What song can change your mood?

What We Do @ Kuriosity Lab

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The Dodecahedron Mystery

... the story of a young man being tested on an unknown planet in pursuit of a great mystery.

 

 

Learning Is a Ball Theater

Part 1 The Mission

Playbook related to the video, check it out.

Experiments in Learning Differently

At the Kuriosity Lab, we believe learning happens through igniting curiosity. Did you know that humans learn best when moving? How do you learn academic skills more easily by playing ball?

How? Follow the trail of your curiosity. Did you know that school originally meant “leisure?” Or that television, the telephone and Braille were all invented by teenagers? So, what are your interests? Where learning is fun? Check out these questions.

Our Latest Posts!

If You Could Invent a World, What Would You Surround Yourself With?

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Kuriosity Lab Serves Communities through Play, Curiosity, Neuroscience, and Now Nature

Way back then in 2013: Kuriosity Lab is Menlo Park’s new Willy Wonka’s learning factory by SHERI BAER on SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 At the end of Marsh Road near Bayfront

Introducing Kuriosity Lab’s Learning Is a Ball Newsletter 

To learn Joyously through Curiosity, Joy, and Movement — Especially for High School Academic Skills “We’re feelers who think, not thinkers who feel.” – Antonio Damasio, the David Dornsife Chair

Hail to the Teachers! Here’s Some Tools for Students That Helps

“Those who educate children well are more to be honored than even their parents, for these only give them life, those the art of living well.” — Aristotle Imagine if

What If Learning in School Was Based on Games?
The Master: Making Kids Heroes

As a rookie teacher, I knew I was observing something extraordinary—even magical. Every first grader was fully engaged whether working in small groups or by themselves. Some were experimenting with