'ARTinED- A new approach to education using the arts', is a significant European Union funded education project that is designing innovative methodologies to add creativity in to primary schools through the arts, as a key ...
Advocates dispute in which martial disciplines applications offer a beneficial instructional experience for individuals even though that arts education isn't quickly assessed in standardised assessments.
Straits TimesIn Singapore, liberal arts enter uncharted territoryYale Daily News“Liberal arts is a misnomer; Asians think it means music, dance and drama,” Yale-NUS governing board chair Kay Kuok told the Straits Times in an interview last November.
Linda Nathan's recent article, “All Students Are Artists,” from the February 2012 issue of Educational Leadership hits home here at Carolina Studios. “But the arts aren't important for just a few students,” Nathan writes.
Effective marketing communications and product brand management requires creativity which, admittedly, can be as much a product of mathematics and/or physics as it can be the product of a liberal arts background.