This short PBS video describes the neurological basis of creativity and how outside ideas flow into the brain through encountering new experiences and new perspectives (Practice C2), become refined and expanded through careful attention (critical thinking and reflection), and find salience through considering the relevance of our ideas to our contexts (Practice C1).
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By: Sustainability Illustrated
Learning means changing your mind
By: Education Week, Katherine Burd
What to trust in a post-truth world?
By: Alex Edmans, TEDx
Ethics Centre playlist, part 2: ethical decision making
By: Ethics Centre
Using data to support teacher and student growth