This is the third post in a series that examines the relationship between structure and creativity in K-12 classrooms. This third installment guides a comparison and contrast conversation about the two TED talk clips.
General Powell and Sir Robinson present a similar message. “Find what you love doing and are good at and you will find success.” Each speaker approaches this message differently.
After revisiting the clips, which philosophy resonates with your experience and philosophy of teaching?
How might these contrasting views apply to your classroom?
Ready for the next step? Section 4 of our Structure vs. Creativity Series coming soon!