The “Right” Answer.

I wonder why so much of our children’s education still focuses around having them “getting the right answers” to problems or questions they themselves do not necessarily have much curiosity in.

“Right answers” have very little to do with Communication and Creativity, which are two of six skills the next generation of adults must acquire
At Oshiro Kids we promote the idea that there are multiple viewpoints, and in their own way, all can be viewed as “correct”.
This approach can then foster within children the acceptance of others’ ideas as possibilities, as opposed to rejection of others’ ideas merely because they are not the same as their own.