In an ideal situation? Nothing – learning goes on because students are curious about their physical and social environment and want to keep on interacting with it. Of course we don’t call it formally “learning” when they are exploring the shores, forests, parks, malls or streets of their hometown or holiday destination. We call it free time or vacation. Yet, if your students have learned how appropriate and important the question Why? is, they will make the most of their free time as well and keep on learning while wondering and reflecting upon the things they notice
She mentions that current education systems have been killing curiosity and notes the importance of detaching learning from school.