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The Art Classroom of the Future

Posted in Creativity, Future, Futurist, Innovation

As a parent, I believe we must constantly encourage our children to nurture and expand the creativity with which they are all inherently endowed.

Unfortunately, as Ken Robinson explains in this brilliant TED talk, many schools are unintentionally yet, nevertheless, ruthlessly and systematically killing our children’s creativity.

Luckily, creative adults are coming to the rescue. Watch this two-minute video on a new 3D pen–3Doodler–that allows the user to physically draw objects in 3D.

Now imagine this wickedly cool tool in the hands of a classroom of kindergartners!

If you do, I think you may glimpse a picture of the art classroom of the future.

Related posts by futurist and “Chief Unlearning Officer” Jack Uldrich:

10 Things Worthy of Teaching in Kindergarten


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