The artist is within and it is the teachers job to bring that out of the young person. Not through demonstration or by posing values of “good & bad” or “right & wrong”, but by facilitating experiences...
If the right-wing billionaires and apostles of corporate power have their way, public schools will become “dead zones of the imagination,” reduced to anti-public spaces that wage an assault on critical thinking, civic literacy and historical memory.1 Since the 1980s, schools have increasingly become testing hubs that de-skill teachers and disempower students.
Mike Gorman, BIE National Faculty As a long-time advocate of STEM education and more recently Project Based Learning (PBL), I can’t help but see how these two concepts really do complement one another. Both STEM and PBL depend on a student need to...
Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity. (How do you nurture your gift of imagination and creativity?
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