How to teach tomorrow's workers to be innovative

02/14/2012 | Good.is

If we want to raise a new generation of creative workers, we need to scrap standardized education and allow students to flex their creative muscles, writes Liz Dwyer. Standalone innovation classes aren't enough; creativity needs to be valued as an integral part of the curriculum. "Let's hope more schools get on board with this paradigm shift so that an entire generation of students doesn't grow up living their lives according to outdated 20th-century myths about creativity," Dwyer writes.

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