Creative Classroom

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  • A Creative Classroom

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    A Creative Classroom Art education is an essential part of a child's development through life, and much of their learning for life takes place inside the classroom. Those first few years are so incredibly important to the development of each child, and without the creative learning opportunities, children will lack the qualities they need to grow in this world. Art will be something that they will use throughout their life time, so it is imperative to introduce it into their lives early on

  • The Creative Classroom

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    The Creative Classroom When I was three years old, my parents and I made the most significant move of our lives– we moved from northern Ohio to my mother’s hometown in southern West Virginia. Many things about my life changed because of our relocation, but most significantly was my mom’s job. While in Ohio, she had stayed home with me, but once we came to West Virginia, she resumed her career as a teacher. Immediately, I was thrown into the school system. I remember being so proud that my photograph

  • Creative Writing in the Composition Classroom

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    what good would come of it? In an essay in her collection Colors of a Different Horse, Wendy Bishop says that composition teachers do indeed ìneed to be crossing the line between composition and creative writing far more often that we doî (Bishop 181). Bishop herself has taught both creative writing and composition, and has done both by entering the situation in the mindset of the other. She readily admits that she writes poetry (and not composition), yet she ìwas formally trained to teach

  • The Advantages Of Creative Drama In The Classroom

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    through involvement, understanding and experience. Such experimental knowledge is one of the best ways of educational drama. It is a learning planed chance to exercise the language in an operation which was not present in a traditional language classroom. This process involves using the language to acquire and learn it, which is the centralobjective of communicative language teaching (Howat, 1984, P.297).Generally, drama has two main purposes, on the one hand to edify, enlighten and educate and on

  • Standardization And Creative Thinking In Project Classroom Makeover By Cathy Davidson

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    Standardization and creative thinking have always had a unique relationship because of how both deal with the ways that the public looks at the world. Standardization can be defined as the process of making something uphold a certain level. Creative thinking has always been thought of as a different way for people to learn and grasp information that might be understood in a more traditional learning method. “Project Classroom Makeover,” written by Cathy Davidson, discusses how standardization has

  • Standardization And Creative Thinking In Catherine Davidson's Project Classroom Makeover By Cathy Davidson

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    Standardization and creative thinking have always had a unique relationship because of how both deal with the ways that the public looks at the world. Standardization can be defined as the process of making something uphold a certain level. Creative thinking has always been thought of as a different way for people to learn and grasp information which could be understood in a more traditional learning method. “Project Classroom Makeover,” written by Cathy Davidson, discusses how standardization has

  • Standardization And Creative Thinking In Catherine Davidson's Project Classroom Makeover, By Cathy Davidson

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    Standardization and creative thinking have always had a unique relationship because of how both deal with the ways that people look at the world. Standardization can be defined as the process of making something uphold to a certain level. Creative thinking has always been thought of as a different way for people to learn and grasp information that might be understood in a more traditional learning methods. “Project Classroom Makeover,” written by Cathy Davidson, discusses how standardization has

  • Creative Curriculum Essay

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    INTRODUCTION The Creative Curriculum theories and approaches have been birthed since 1978. In 1978 the author, Diane Trister Dodge, created a foundation based off classroom interest areas. The author wanted to discuss the rationale of providing a setting that will encourage learning and development for all children. In 1988 Teaching Strategies was started as well as the creation of the second edition of Creative Curriculum. The second edition provided more information regarding ways teachers can

  • Reflection Of The 21stroom And Creativity In The Classroom

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    “Only 25% of people believe they are living up to their potential to be creative” (“Adage.com,” n.d.). I was apart of the 75 percent of people who felt that they are not creative. However, after taking EDU 222, I have realized that I am living up to my potential to be creative because my idea of creativity was wrong and was closer to the definition of imagination. More people need creativity in their lives, as well as in education because it can teach students and people valuable skills that they

  • Technology in the Composition Classroom

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    there appears to be something drastically incongruous about creative writing and computers. Though many of us compose on word-processors and have been for years, creative writing instructors and professional writers alike share a lingering wariness when it comes to technological innovations. Fiction writer Richard Ford’s recent lament over the loss of "the now" in our technology-driven contemporary life captured what, for many creative writers at the close of the millennium, remains a poignant feeling

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