Arts and creativity

Why is a “creative” education important?

Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson explains that creativity is a “disciplined process that requires skill, knowledge, and control…It’s a process, not a single event, and genuine creative processes involve critical thinking as well as imaginative insights and fresh ideas.”1 Clearly, the arts embody creativity, and they are taking a central role in many national studies…

What skill sets are you building this year? We are working in the building and construction trade …

Even though these skills are geared to building and construction, they are applicable for a wide variety of other learning disciplines. Skills like Thinking Skills, Memory, and Working with Others are all useful for students to learn and experience in Read More …