Creativity Matters, Right?

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Today’s demand for a highly skilled workforce in the areas of science, technology engineering, and math (STEM) is making an immediate impact on our society and what we value in education.  Changes in state and federal budgets further illustrate this shift our society is making in educational priorities.  I am starting to wonder what will be the long-term effects of these changes.  How will they impact our society’s ability to create, innovate, communicate, or simply express the qualities that truly make us human? Don’t get me wrong, as a Physics educator, I am all for the investment in STEM.  I would just like to see more emphasis on the value and versatility in cultivating one’s creativity.

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Creativity Matters in Education, Right?

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Today’s demand for a highly skilled workforce in the areas of science, technology engineering, and math (STEM) is making an immediate impact on our society and what we value in education.  Changes in state and federal budgets further illustrate this shift our society is making in educational priorities.  I am starting to wonder what will be the long-term effects of these changes.  How will they impact our society’s ability to create, innovate, communicate, or simply express the qualities that truly make us human? Don’t get me wrong, as a Physics educator, I am all for the investment in STEM.  I would just like to see more emphasis on the value and versatility in cultivating one’s creativity.

Source: edtechmagazine.com via Textbooks.com on Pinterest
Source: edtechmagazine.com via Textbooks.com on Pinterest

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