Writer’s Block is a concept we’re all familiar with, whether or not we work with the written word. There’s nothing like the feeling of wishing to create something, only find oneself unable to do so for one reason o… Learn more.
In a famous lecture given in 1959, the novelist and chemist CP Snow spoke of the separation between the hard sciences and the humanities, and the lack of respect and dialogue that often exists between these two field… Learn more.
The UK is experiencing a new renaissance. The first Renaissance looked back to the Classical world of ancient Rome and Greece. It bridged the historical divide from the Middle Ages to modern history (at least from… Learn more.
Creativity is often defined as the ability to come up with new and useful ideas. Like intelligence, it can be considered a trait that everyone – not just creative “geniuses” like Picasso and Steve Jobs – posses… Learn more.
I was recently asked to answer a number of questions about creativity in education by the editor of an upcoming book on the subject. The questions stimulated my thinking on the link between creativity and education. … Learn more.