Sir Ken Robinson – Can Creativity Be Taught?
Math Rigor Relevance: The Challenges of Enabling Creative Problem Solving

Math Rigor Relevance: The Challenges of Enabling Creative Problem Solving

Mathematics can be a rich, playful subject, where students generate exciting new ideas to creatively solve tricky problems. But from worksheets to typical online practice programs, much of the math content to which students are exposed is not very rigorous and requires little or no creative thinking, leading to low student engagement, memorization without understanding,

BA (Hons) English and Creative Writing at London South Bank University

BA (Hons) English and Creative Writing at London South Bank University

Music and opening titles… Hannah Jenkins: I’ve always loved English Literature and I’ve always loved writing so the fact that LSBU offered a course that paired both of them together was perfect for me. James Roche: I looked through the prospectus for the English course and it just looked fantastic, and it ticked all the

High School Principal and Students Score Big with Gift from Ellen
Art students showcase creative works during Stanford’s Open Studios

Art students showcase creative works during Stanford’s Open Studios

[MUSIC] Stanford University Open studios has become one of our favorite traditions here in the art department. It takes place at the end of every quarter. Students from all the different studio classes put the work that they have done during the quarter up on display.>>I wanted to do a diffusion of light, that kind

When art and science meet

When art and science meet

My name is Thomas Merritt I’m a Canada Research Chair and professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry In the last five years I’ve run a science art show We look to explore the connections between art and science And look at artistic concepts from a new direction Look at scientific concepts from a

Performing Arts: Benefits for Students with Learning Differences

Performing Arts: Benefits for Students with Learning Differences

I mean honestly I got involved in performing and theater you know people think that I chose it but in a way it chose me it’s where I felt the most at home with with my particular talents I was dyslexic. My teacher Stella Adler used to say we should have to pay to go

Arts Participation and Students’ Academic Outcomes

Arts Participation and Students’ Academic Outcomes

[music] In the early days there was, before the sixties, there was very much a viewing and appreciation approach to the arts where students would go into an art gallery or they’d go and listen to an orchestra or a band. What’s happening now is that the at the students are at the very center

Performing Arts Center Expands Music Facilities

Performing Arts Center Expands Music Facilities

When walking the halls of the Performing Arts Center, you may hear footsteps and conversation of music students. Step inside any office, practice room or classroom, and you could hear a pin drop; and that’s the way the students like it. Each of these rooms are soundproofed. It’s just one of many carefully thought-out features

LBCC Performing Arts Present “The Crucible”

LBCC Performing Arts Present “The Crucible”

(energetic music) – Greetings, my name is Tony Carreiro, and I am the Performing Arts Department Chair here at Long Beach City College, and you are looking at the beginning of the set of our next upcoming play, Arthur Miller’s classic story, The Crucible. If you look around were doing something kind of interesting. We