This is part 3 in a series of blogs on creativity in the classroom. The first is here, and the second here. As stated previously,
This is part 2 of a series on creativity in schools. Part 1 is here Ben Newmark’s rousing and simply wonderful treaty on why we teach
If creativity is biologically primary does that mean it wouldn’t tax the working memory in discovery learning, thereby eliminating one of the main arguments against
‘Where they burn books, they will ultimately burn people’ Heinrich Heine Story has the power to radically change our emotions. The Nazi Party understood the
The video below is a perfect demonstration of why it’s so important to model learning for students. What it highlights is what most motivated people
When I used to play cricket in the backyard with my brother we would try all sorts of things to make it harder to bat.