Knowledge Sparks Creativity

July 16, 2020 pwm1

It seems to be one of the paradoxes of creativity that in order to think originally, we must familiarize ourselves with the ideas of others. 

— George Kneller (Image Licensed by Penn Wealth)

Education isn’t stifling; it is mind-expanding. Engaging both sides of the brain in active learning, exploring subjects from math to science to history, frees our creativity to begin discovering new and uncharted territory. It is a paradox: It takes the disciplined mind, dedicated to studying what is known, to unleash our unfettered creativity!

—Mike Hazell

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