Out of Our Minds

Out of Our Minds

Learning to Be Creative

Book - 2011
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Argues that it is crucial for companies to promote creativity among their employees in order to thrive in the modern world, explains how the lack of creativity in the workplace can be traced back to failures in the education system, and offers strategies for engaging employees and students to be more creative.
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : Capstone, 2011
Edition: Rev. and updated ed
ISBN: 9781907312472
1907312471
Branch Call Number: 370.11 ROB 2011
Characteristics: xvii, 326 p. ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: Learning to be creative

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squib Mar 05, 2017

This does an ex-educator much good to read. Ken Robinson lays out a solid argument as to how to: foster imagination, creativity, and innovation through our education system; bring the arts and sciences back together (they both require creativity); define learning in such a way as to elevate everyone involved.

so much schooling in this book.

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gcwaite
May 10, 2011

what page?

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