Curious Disposition students need flexible spaces that provide room for labs, experiments, and models. They thrive in atmospheres that encourage questioning, exploring, debating, and unscheduled time to work independently. Often, they ask lots of questions – about everything – because that’s how they learn best, not because they are trying to drive you crazy!
College students with a Curious Disposition can increase learning efficiency by incorporating drawing, constructing models, or using information maps.
Do you have adults in your life who have a Curious Disposition? They tend to get lost in their projects and forget about time. Their intention to stay focused on their work can lead to strained relationships. At work Curious Dispositions usually thrive in a workplace that involves experimenting, discovering, theories, building models, and coming up with solutions.