Really this may as well just be the title of my blog site, y'all. This comes up so much for me, if but indirectly. Usually it's pretty direct though. I just ordered oak tag on Amazon. I had flashbacks of doing a book report in 5th grade. But this ain't no book report. This is … Continue reading Why School Kills Creativity Part 3
Yes, because it overactivates our left brain while devaluing and weakening our right brain. We come into school with such passionate, curious minds. Then are forced to memorize and digest a boatload of information. We gain information at the expense of losing wisdom. The intuition that we inherently had going in all but disappears. And … Continue reading Does School Kill Creativity? Part 2
Previously I wrote about school-live balance evolving into work-life balance. I do think schools can do better at helping people have school-life balance, in allowing for time for hobbies and down time. I also know I did play a couple sports and was on college bowl and mock trial and model UN—not all of them … Continue reading School-Life Balance
I have yet to watch the highly-regarding Ted Talk on this topic by Sir Ken Robinson. But this very question evokes so much for me. I have often wondered if I would have started writing if my dad didn't die when I was 21. If I would have blossomed creatively in my 20s, had this … Continue reading Does School Kill Creativity?