We will engage the minds of learners, utilize their unawareness to ask questions, and ignite curiosity to gain information and develop understanding. Learners will be expected to become self-motivated curiosity machines. When students learn to question relentlessly and without fear, they are able to explore ways to make new connections and develop a sense of adaptability.
'What to think' - ask the learners to work out a problem based on the Pythagoras theorem.
'How to think' - ask the learners to assume that they don't know about Pythagoras theorem and have them derive it right from a scratch. Of course, the latter will be more challenging for learners as their failure rate will be high. Nonetheless, this experiment is more meaningful and rewarding as it prepares learners and mentors to solve unsolved problems on a larger scale.