Learning Requires Action.
Be curious and inquisitive.
Ask questions about the world around you, about how and why things exist and work the way they do. Seek answers to questions you have.
Find and solve problems.
Identify problems that matter to you and investigate them, including why they exist and their existing solutions. Propose and test new solutions through experimentation. Iterate and test again.
Share your ideas and skills.
Express your ideas and skills! Participate in discussions and present your ideas to others. Your artifacts are an opportunity for you to continue to learn and apply new skills. Show others what you can do, what you think, what you have learned, and what you know. Use all the tools at your disposal (text, conversation, images, and multimedia) to effectively communicate your ideas to others.