This site was shared with me by Lauren Albee, a former DRHSART student and current student at the VCU Brandcenter. If it's being shared by a student there, it's absolutely worth your time. I highly recommend that all my students click the link above and explore some of the many resources that this site has to offer.
I find these RSA Animate videos fascinating because they help the viewer visualize what is being said. This animated series of lectures is becoming increasingly popular among intellectuals, which serves as proof that creativity truly matters. In this post, I have highlighted some of my favorites from the RSA animate series.
This particular lecture by Daniel Pink gives insight into just what motivates us to do our best work. If these words resonate with you, consider purchasing the books "A Whole New Mind" and "Drive".
Changing Education Paradigms
Sir Ken Robinson is and incredibly popular figure in contemporary education, whose ideas are revolutionizing the way we teach. Robinson isn't afraid to point out the inherent flaws of our educational systems, and offers some suggestions for how we can steer this ship into a more innovative direction.
The Power of Outrospection
In the arts, we hear a lot about introspection. But what about "outrospection"? How important is it, and how can it help us shape our future? Philosopher and author Roman Krznaric explains how we can help drive social change by stepping outside ourselves.
WHERE GOOD IDEAS COME FROM by Steven Johnson
One of our most innovative, popular thinkers takes on-in exhilarating style-one of our key questions: Where do good ideas come from? This short video dissects the spaces that traditionally produce the emergence of innovative and creative ideas. This video is worth viewing more than once.
This Blog houses the many creative videos that are shared in our curriculum. We hope you enjoy.