Learning to Imagine, Imagining to Learn

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. – Albert Einstein It is considered normal for young children to have imaginations. Imaginary friends are even acceptable. Yet, few children have parents who know how to encourage or even allow imaginative play and only some teachers, in some contexts (such as…… Continue reading Learning to Imagine, Imagining to Learn

Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn

Freedom of expression is a birthright that many of us have been granted and regularly exercise. We are freer to speak our minds now more so than any other time in history. Protests are readily organized and petitions fill our inboxes. We have endless mediums to share our opinions; we can let others know what we are thinking at any…… Continue reading Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn