Music has the power

by | Mar 13, 2018 | Teaching & Learning

I extend the thought expressed in the following quote to include adults, as well. I am said many times previously that successful teaching & learning is an eminently human activity, a tricky social negotiation, at the root of which lies great respect. The same is true, of course, with leadership.

“We have to respect the thoughts and vision of children. When they go to school, we must teach and motivate them, and encourage them to take various points of view on the things they are learning. They are open—they listen and feel. When limits appear, their creativity has to be stimulated. Creativity is driven from within the child, from education, from culture, from surroundings… The challenge is to help children keep the balance.”

Appreciating Music as a Foundational Aspect of Creativity
By Joanne Foster, EdD | Feb 03, 2018

Extreme animal lover, semi-pro musician, voracious reader and writer, dedicated educator, authentic lifelong learner, and deeply committed to leadership as service.

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