Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson argued Tuesday for a shift in focus in today’s educational system—from one centered on conformity, compliance and linearity to one that encourages diversity, creativity and personalized learning.
Sir Ken Robinson, a world-renowned speaker on creativity in education, spoke at Lehigh on Tuesday as a part of the College of Education’s Distinguished Lecture Series: Leaders of Practice.
Sperandio, an associate professor in the College of Education, will be teaching and conducting research for her book on the history of girls’ education in Azerbaijan, a nation east of Turkey.
Sperandio, an associate professor in the College of Education, will be teaching and conducting research for her book on the history of girls’... Read more »
Sothy Eng wasn’t like most kids.
He learned at an early age not to complain, especially about food and especially to his parents. He learned that stories of hunger, torture and murder were the norm. He learned that an obligation to ensure his family’s happiness would always rule his life.
Eng, a professor of practice of... Read more »