04 mars 2019

'Universities stamp out creativity': are graduates ready for work?

The GuardianUniversities are changing the way they teach to prepare students for a future in which lots of jobs will be automated. More...

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03 mars 2019

La créativité, pont entre les études de sciences et les humanités ?

The ConversationDans une célèbre conférence donnée en 1959, le romancier et chimiste C.P. Snow a parlé de la séparation entre les sciences dures et les humanités, et du manque de respect et de dialogue qui existe souvent entre ces deux champs. Il a souligné en quoi cela pouvait nuire à l'avenir d'un pays dans la mesure où de nombreuses innovations résultent de l'interaction entre ces deux cultures. Plus...

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27 février 2019

The Greatest Enemy of Creativity in Schools Isn’t Testing. It’s Time.

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. The Greatest Enemy of Creativity in Schools Isn’t Testing. It’s Time.
Stephen Noonoo, EdSurge, 2018/12/19
After having just written a draft article on experience and creativity saying such uplifting things as "It is the history, process and provenance of the creation that gives it meaning, relevance, and ultimately, truth" it is a disappointment to read this item on the same topic from EdSurge that depicts "assessment as the key to everyday creativity in the classroom” and that " there will be the layer of assessment that relates directly to the content." Be as creative as you want, the message seems to be, but don't create the think wrong. More...

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06 janvier 2019

Future graduates will need creativity and empathy – not just technical skills

Screenshot-2018-4-23 The GardianGovernment education policy focuses on the importance of hard science, but soft skills matter, too. More...

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30 novembre 2018

Why it is (almost) impossible to teach creativity

The ConversationIndustry and educators are agreed: the world needs creativity. There is interest in the field, lots of urging but remarkably little action. Everyone is a bit scared of what to do next. On the question of creativity and imagination, they are mostly uncreative and unimaginative. More...

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09 novembre 2018

How to Be Creative

How to Be Creative
Nice article that should probably have been titled "How to be good at anything." The author's main point is that "everybody has their own private Mount Everest they were put on this earth to climb," and that the difference between a worthwhile life and the other lies in the decision to climb it (my 'Everest' is stated at the bottom of my home page). More...

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03 novembre 2018

How to make a living from your art: young artists share their stories

Screenshot-2018-4-23 The GardianHow hard is it to start a creative career? Five young artists reveal their experiences. More...

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'Liquid gold': students make world's first brick out of human urine

Screenshot-2018-4-23 The GardianThe bio-brick created by students in Cape Town mixes urine with sand and bacteria, which they say is a world first. More...

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Creativity can be the bridge between science and humanities education

The ConversationIn his famous Rede Lecture of 1959, chemist and novelist C P Snow spoke of the separation of science and the humanities, and the lack of respect and understanding that often exists between the fields. More...

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Creativity is a human quality that exists in every single one of us

The ConversationWhen you think about creativity, it might be highly creative people like Mozart, da Vinci or Einstein who spring to mind. They were all considered to be “geniuses” for their somewhat unique talents that led to global innovation in their fields. Their type of creativity is what’s known as “Big C creativity” (or historical) and is not very common in everyday life. Not all of us can create works of art or music or scientific theories that are new to the world. More...

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