“Creativity now is as important in education as literacy and we should treat it with the same status”, Sir Ken Robinson.
Education is a form of dialogue where a teacher involves others to explore something new through engaging activities.
Teaching through creativity offers a more dynamic learning experience where the English language becomes surprisingly alive.
The teacher creates an atmosphere where he/she acts as a facilitator while a student has the freedom to play, experiment and reflect.
Creativity is an essential learning skill that should be encouraged from a very early age. It enriches self-play and promotes creative application throughout life. Through my lessons and workshops, students evolve and iterate on the images they have in their imaginations using creative methods, mediums, and tools.