Monthly Archives: June 2017

Cutting Through the Jargon: Developing Rich, Full Vocabulary While Eschewing Empty Buzzwords

George Orwell wrote, “If we don’t have the words we can’t have the thoughts.” This is true, unless of course you count jargon. With jargon you can have words and no thoughts. In a recent article by Education Week, the … Continue reading

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What is Creativity? A New Podcast

I used to say that I didn’t have a creative bone in my body. I viewed creativity within a very narrow scope – I had placed it in a box as if I knew what it was (or at least … Continue reading

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Creatively Kicking Zombie Tail: Using Visual Literacy to Foster Mindfulness & Combat Our Mind-Numbing Culture

School is out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean children need to become zombies. Popular culture has been fascinated with zombies for well over a decade now. Sure, zombies have always been a staple of the horror genre, but … Continue reading

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Fatherhood and Fostering Creativity: Brief Thoughts From a Father-To-Be

As an expectant father, I have lots of hopes and dreams for what kind of father I want to be. For example, I see fatherhood as nurturing growth and development. Fatherhood is about providing guidance and direction that helps a … Continue reading

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Houston, We Have Lift Off!

Looking for a cure for the summertime blues? Want to prevent that summer slide? Look no further. I am proud to announce that Drawn To Discover is officially launched! I have the privilege to work with an amazing team whose … Continue reading

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