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  • Cabinet of Styles

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    Cabinet of Styles Wow, am I tired. I tried to go to bed early last night, but couldn't sleep for squat. So I turned on the tube. Nothing of interest was on so I turned it to MTV. It was, like, Jams hour or something so it lulled me to sleep. Around one am or so it was Headbanger's ball or Alternative Nation. The strobe flashes from the screen woke me up really fast. Damn MTV. FLASH FLASH FLASH FLASH. Their music changes from Enya's soft, sweet lullabies to Dead President's traumatic, trashy

  • Innovation and Accepting Change

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    characteristics that they can adapt to an ever-changing environment. The concept of innovation, the importance of looking at things in new ways, and the significance of being perceptive, insightful and intuitive, are ideas that can be taught in a classroom, and are key to preparing individuals to be future innovative businesspeople. Understanding if innovators are born or made is a question which traces back to the fundamental aspects of psychology. It is safe to conclude that some individuals are

  • 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

  • Importance Of Mathematics Essay

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    Why mathematics is important: Devlin believes that mathematics has four faces 1) Mathematics is a way to improve thinking as problem solving. 2) Mathematics is a way of knowing. 3) Mathematics is a way to improve creative medium. 4) Mathematics is applications. (Mann, 2005). Because mathematics has very important role in our life, teaching math in basic education is as important as any other subjects. Students should study math to help them how to solve problems and meet the practical needs such

  • Creativity In Education

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    creativity needs to be present within all aspects of a primary classroom. So what does it mean to be ‘creative’? According to Sir Ken Robinson “creativity is the process of having original ideas which have value”. Creativity can be demonstrated through the use of technology, problem solving experiments and allowing children the freedom to explore and express new ideas. It is very important to ensure a child can get the best creative education; this is because creativity will give the necessary skills

  • Essay On Creative Curriculum

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    curriculum in an early childhood education classroom include the Project Approach and the Creative Curriculum. One curriculum model approach of implementing the curriculum in an early childhood education classroom is known as the Project Approach.

  • Creative Dramatics and the Multiple Intelligences

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    important concept in today’s classrooms, and that is because it enables teachers to reach all different types of learners. Creative dramatics opens a door for differentiated instruction. Creative drama includes, but is not limited to, the following: plays, acting out stories, going on imaginative journeys, a wide variety of games, and musical and movement activities. There is a copious amount of learning possibilities when incorporating creative drama into the classroom. Using differentiation in lesson

  • Rationale Of Kinesthetic Learning Rationale

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    matter what it is referred as; Dance, Creative movement, Kinesthetic learning, Creative dance or Dance-based learning, it is beneficial to all students when incorporated into the classroom. Movement is the key. Creative movement is a form of dance, so students are using and introduced to the basic elements of dance; body, energy, space,and time. According to Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer, Ph.D., a psychoanalyst at the University of California, Berkeley, “Creative movement is a joyful way for children

  • The Importance Of Creative Education

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    cannot be overstated. Advocates of reform and policymakers around the world have expressed the value of creative, innovative teaching to ensure a future generation of skilled thinkers and doers. Current schools are characterized by, but not limited to, their inflexible national curricula and standardized testing, which creates an ineffective learning environment