Food for thought (on creativity in education)

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Although it is not specifically dealing with EFL or bilingual teaching, I consider this issue tremendously important. We often forget that creativity is a key factor in education.  But… what’s your opinion about this?

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One thought on “Food for thought (on creativity in education)

    Ana J said:
    July 24, 2009 at 5:00 pm

    Hello classmates
    I have really enjoyed watching this speech¡. Good sense of humour, funny jokes and the most important thing the message: teachers have to change the way they teach and be more creative. But this main idea reminds me what our professor Antonio explained us in the course, he emphasized the importance of using the teachers and the pupils creativity. He said that we must give our pupils the chance to use their creativity to get knowledge and learn more and better. Teachers should change their mind and be more flexible and creative.

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