Let’s get Quirky Back into Curriculums

Are we a construction of our society?
I say yes… As a child, outliers are shunned, bullied and ostracized for their individuality.
As an adult, eccentricities are often valued and utilized to diversify companies, friendship circles and forums. The quirky friend is the most valued one. Their perspectives on life enable you to appreciate your own peculiarities.
If freedom of expression was truly accepted by the pre-adolescent, I believe we would be living in a beautifully enriched world of valued oddity.  The playground is where we first learn that differences are not accepted.
It starts with the kids! Let’s get quirky back into curriculums.


What do you think?

Quirky is our Future
Quirky is our Future
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4 thoughts on “Let’s get Quirky Back into Curriculums

  1. This post was great! I’m a senior in high school and one of the assigned readings for my AP Lang class was the novel, The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth, if you haven’t already read it you definitely should! your post goes along with the book so well because they have a lot of similarities :). But I love this a lot because I’m such an advocate for embracing and accepting the weird that we all have 😀

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    1. I will definitely give it a read, thanks for the recommendation. Quirky is our future and should be valued to the utmost. Our current mindsets are leading us along the path of global destruction. Let’s value the minds that can reconstruct it! Thanks for taking the time to read and comment so thoughtfully. Good luck with the AP class.

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