In this episode of parenting tips, you will learn about how you can raise your child to be innovative, creative, talented by stimulating their curiosity.

Tony Wagner, a Harvard education specialist and author of Creating Innovators: The Making of Young People Who Will Change the World, will reveal some troubling dynamics. “The average child asks 100 questions a day,” he says. “But by the time a child is 10 or 12, he or she has figured out that it’s much more important to get the right answers than to keep asking thoughtful questions.” He will tell us today’s most essential real-world skills and tell us what young people need from parents, teachers, and employers to become the world’s future innovators.

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🔹 What is the “innovation generation”?
🔹 Why is innovation important?
🔹 Is high IQ correlated to becoming a successful innovator?
🔹 Why striving for an Ivy league education won’t necessarily guarantee career success
🔹 Parenting tips to help develop your child’s intrinsic motivation and creativity
🔹 What kinds of classrooms cultivate this new way of thinking

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