“Creativity” encompasses an entire academic field; and, as it turns out, it’s not a mysterious or difficult quality to define or measure.
Now that Prof. Carol L. Tilley has discredited Dr. Fredric Wertham’s “Seduction of the Innocent,” it’s high-time to get comics into schools.
“Do you like history, but you can’t handle physics? Help someone, and other students will help you.” — Brainly.com
No other humanities-based class caters as well to teaching so many relevant, real-world skills. I dare you to disagree.
“We don’t teach kids to be scientists,” says STEAM founder Georgette Yakman. “We teach them to be linguistic learners with scientific information.”
Students don’t want to wait to make a difference tomorrow; they want to take what they’ve learned and make a difference now.
Students need to know that plagiarism, or academy dishonesty of any kind, isn’t at all akin to a minor offense like jaywalking.
Pixton allows students to really hone their writing, and to improve upon their craft in a more relaxed, non-threatening way.
In the near future, technology will play an even more fundamental role in transforming not only how we teach, but also how students learn.