Explorer Game

Tools to Discover YourSelf

 

Are you an explorer?

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Those were either explorations we went on or experiments we did.
How is this Explorer Game played?

My name is Rex. The Explorer Game starts with a Mission. On any Mission an understanding of the Rules, who the Players are, what the Environment is, and what Tools you’ll need are important, even critical, to be successful. Before I get any deeper into that, I have a few questions to get an idea what kind of Mission you’d enjoy.

1) What would be more fun?
Learning an academic skill this way or...
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? Did anyone say a self-disciplined hobby?
5) What song can change your mood?
 

Learning Is a Ball Theater

Part 1 The Mission

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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.

 

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.

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Hat of Choice (Had a Choice) How Do You Like to Learn?

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UTV

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Playing the Exploring Game

Discovery is the greatest high. – E.O. Wilson, world renown biologist It’s no sin to be glad you’re alive. – Bruce Springsteen It starts when your sense of curiosity is ignited. Albert Einstein advised us to “Never lose a holy curiosity,” Why is curiosity so important? Once you follow your curiosity, you immediately become an

“Shit for Brains”

Everyone was sitting comfortably. He stood up.  He was a tall, strapping, good-looking redhead young man of 18. We were discussing parenting and the good and bad we experienced. Emotionally, yet under control, he stated: “When I was four, my mom told me, ‘You have shit for brains.”’  Stone silence in the classroom. He had

After Many Years, I’ve Returned Home

I bought 24 acres of Vermont woodland and built a 12X12 cabin with my mate so we could stay warm and dry for the winter. The cabin and an Ashley wood heat stove worked in tandem to accomplish my mission. One morning in the snow I discovered bear prints immediately outside the long window I