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Risk-Taking and the Celebration of Failure

By Teresa Irene Gonzales I teach at a small liberal arts institution. As part of the college’s ethos, we believe in working with students to focus on a holistic education that fosters creativity, critical thinking, civic engagement, and social justice....
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Blend Art and Education at Columbia College Chicago

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Columbia College Chicago’s Masters of Arts in Teaching programs (MAT in Visual Arts or Elementary Education) focus on the strong relationship between the arts and academic learning, creative thinking, and problem solving. For more i...

critical thinking courses do not teach critical thinking any better than other courses

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Critical Thinking Wars 1 and 2 A recent meta-analysis of studies of critical thinking (e.g., seeing if students can formulate criticisms of arguments) shows that, on average, college education is associated with critical thinking. F...

Girl Code and Heteronormativity in STEM Fields

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By Teresa Irene Gonzales I was recently listening to an episode of The TakeAway on NPR; the host was interviewing Shirin Lao-Raz Salemnia on her commitment to fostering an interest in coding among young girls. This got me thinking a...

Making the Familiar Strange: An Ingredient for Creative Genius

Academics / Sociology : Everyday Sociology

By Teresa Irene Gonzales Creativity is a response to our environment – Eric Weiner In my introduction to Sociology course, students and I work on developing their sociological imaginations, a sociological process and way of thinking...

Community Engagement: Who is Best Served by Service Learning?

Academics / Sociology : Everyday Sociology

By Teresa Irene Gonzales Community-engagement. This is a term that is used quite a bit amongst college and university presidents, administrators, faculty, staff, and students in thinking about ways that colleges and universities can...

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