"Curiosity was our common ground. I was curious about their world, and they were curious about mechanisms."
When we give kids the permission to be curious, to explore, and fail - it unleashes a superpower from within that ripples out to the world.
Going unplugged gives kids the space to develop the sensitivity, awareness and curiosity they'll need to take on the world's wicked problems.
It's difficult being a curious kid - Coding Cats instructor Kosoma shares her story of growing up in Cambodia and how she hopes to change education.
Thoughts on the future of education in Singapore and how we can all do our bit to bring forth the changes we want to see.