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Critical Skills – Curiosity

Critical Skills – Curiosity

“Curiosity: “a strong desire to know or learn something.” (according to Oxford)

Curiosity: “desire to know: a : inquisitive interest in others’ concerns : nosiness The construction inside their house aroused the curiosity of their neighbors. b : interest leading to inquiry intellectual curiosity Her natural curiosity led her to ask more questions.” (Merriam Webster)

Curiosity: “Curiosity is the state of being curious: inquisitive, wondering, ready to poke around and figure something out. The word used to mean “very, very careful,” and only in the last few hundred years turned into a word expressing the desire to know more. Maybe that’s because when you’re poking around in secret business, you need to be very, very careful. We also call weird things curiosities, like a phone shaped like a duck, or a shark in a jar.” (says”


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Posted on: May 29, 2021, 6:49 am Category: Uncategorized

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