ארטישוק כותבת על המילה החמה בחינוך – יצירתיות. אבל היא מעלה נקודה חשובה מאד:
I know it’s only an impression but it seems that ever since the launch of the New Zealand Curriculum, we have been awash with calls to “bring back” creativity in classrooms.
"Creativity is now as important in education as literacy, and we should treat it with the same status". — Ken Robinson
I always smile grimly at this quote from Robinson – our adult literacy results – "380,000 Kiwi adults' whose “literacy skills are so poor they would be unable to determine how to use a fire extinguisher from the instructions written on the bottle.” (Prime Minister Helen Clark 2007) suggest that Robinson is not aiming high enough if he wants to lift creative potential/capital through educational endeavour.
Two straight lines crossing over in the middle.
היצירתיות בוודאי רצויה, אבל לא יזיק שאנשים גם יידעו לקרוא.