We use innate curiosity as the main driver for learning. Is is curiosity that allows us to be engaged and keeps us constantly motivated to investigate. Through diverse experiences we discover that the world is explained through situations, phenomenons, theories and challenges that we find in relatable and provocative contexts. This is how we discover that, in order to understand the world around us, we have to learn to inquire and investigate.
Investigating with our peers helps us understand how the world works and helps us acquire the knowledge we need to face new problems. In turn, this helps us connect different concepts to form new conclusions. In turn, this helps us connect different concepts to form new conclusions. Our hypothesis undergoes a process of transformation through a dialogue with others such as our peers, teachers, and knowledge acquired from other academics. This exchange of points of view and questioning allows students to deepen their knowledge and understanding so that they can solve more complex problems.
Using an interdisciplinary approach to design thinking, we learn to solve intriguing, relatable and complex problems. At the design stage, we use knowledge to come up with original solutions and innovative answers through active participation, a creative and flexible thought process, prototyping and bilingual communication.