Curiosity has bad connotations
At SuperMemo Guru, you will often read about the learn drive, and very rarely about curiosity. This is all because of bad connotations of curiosity. Poor understanding of curiosity and its colloquial meaning have lead to highly harmful claims like Curiosity is not a priority in education!
Susan Edelman noticed:
Before 1950 curiosity was seen in the light of its social function, for example: the eagerness or greed to get to know something new for the sake of newness, and in early psychological literature the term curiosity had a negative connotation. The scientific term "curiosity" is more neutral
Author: Susan Edelman
Title: Curiosity and Exploration
Backlink: Learn drive