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CREATIVE EDUCATION

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Life-long process of individual unfolding, involving better understanding of one's true self, of the meaning and purpose of one's life, and of one's mutuality with fellow humans and with the rest of nature.

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CREATIVE EDUCATION

  1. 1. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “Education,” as the human development process is widely understood and practiced, focuses primarily on acquisition and manipulation of job related knowledge and skills – job preparation.
  2. 2. “Creative Education” enables us to discover our true nature as humans and persons – our strengths, interests, values, passions, and motivations …
  3. 3. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice Here’s a selection of provocative insights, intriguing perspectives, and alternative proposals brought together to encourage and expand meaningful conversations about teaching and learning, generally; and, specifically, about self-discovery, personal development, and right career choice – developing and profitably engaging one’s unique abilities in ways and things
  4. 4. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “One of the highest priorities of education must be to create a population of global citizens who are capable of creative, complex, critical, and visionary thinking.” -Berenice Bleedorn and Frank Maraviglia
  5. 5. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” -Albert Einstein
  6. 6. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “Throughout … the world, students are complaining – and increasing numbers of educators are concurring – that their education is ‘rootless and irrelevant.’ It seems superficial; it does not provide a true and meaningful basis for life. They are not satisfied with ‘the solemn foolery of scholarship for scholarship’s sake’; they want more than intellectual knowledge, more than vocational and professional training, more than words and concepts, more than indoctrination into a society and culture which they are finding increasingly difficult to believe in and accept.”
  7. 7. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “Education is being viewed in modern society – whether we openly admit it or not – primarily as preparation for a job in the mainstream economy.” -Willis Harman and George Hormann
  8. 8. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “[Modern] educators have ceased to be concerned with questions of ultimate truth or meaning and (apart from mere vocational training) are interested solely in the dissemination of a rootless and irrelevant culture, and the fostering of the solemn foolery of scholarship for scholarship’s sake.” -Aldous Huxley
  9. 9. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “Everyone has, simply by existing, a right to be [creative]. And to be provided with a way to become consistently [creative]. This is a right that must be recognized and held sacred. Above all, the necessary conditions for the exercise of that right must be available. This is society’s mission and the primary obligation of its leaders.” –Luis Machado
  10. 10. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “The principal goal of education is to create men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply of repeating what other generations have done – men and women who are creative, inventive, discoverers. The second goal of education is to form minds which can be critical, can verify and not accept everything they are offered.” –Jean Piaget
  11. 11. CREATIVE EDUCATION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice “Students are usually better rewarded for regurgitating information than for playing with ideas and thinking originally. As a consequence people feel more comfortable following the rules than challenging them.” -Roger von Oech
  12. 12. CALL TO ACTION Self-Discovery, Personal Development, Right Career Choice How shall we educate our students, and ourselves also, so that everyone is able to find, to follow, and to fulfill his or her passion, his or her path, his or her purpose in life; and, also, make a living in the

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