Eleven Classroom Creativity Killers
This is my confessional as a teacher. Most of what I learn in art and in teaching is direct result of mistakes I make. I become aware of problems after something happens. I get into habits that are hard to break. It is hard for me to see an issue until it presents itself in the form of failure. Every student is different, so teaching is never an exact science. I am tempted to be pleased if a few of my students do well. It is when I wonder why some do poorly, that I keep trying something different. It is when I wonder why some fail to enjoy what seems like so much fun for others, that I question what I am doing.
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