Few things bring people together the way that sports do. Whether you’re a player on the field or a fan cheering in the stands or watching on TV or online, sports foster a sense of belonging, comradery, and healthy competition. Team sports at their best underscore the importance of setting a collective goal, working together to leverage each individuals’ strengths and celebrating victory or loss as a group.
Drawing is fundamental to developing creative literacy. It is most people’s first connection to creativity, and every great painting, sculpture, film, or building began with a drawing. And today, more than ever, it’s essential for everyone to develop creative literacy. As artificial intelligence takes over more and more repetitive and mundane tasks, creativity is the unique human quality that sets each of us apart and helps us succeed.
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The year is 1984. Countless societal shifts are rising and falling every day as a new generation tries to find its identity. The Cold War is waning. Hip-Hop culture is emerging. Professional sports are increasingly embedded in American society as legendary athletes achieve new levels of celebrity. The concept of individuality reaches new peaks across the United States and the old regime of resisting all this change is at full attention.
The oldest members of Generation Z are now in college — so, for educators, it’s worth figuring out what their educational needs are and how to meet them.
A recent survey of Gen Zers found that “89 percent of respondents rated a college education as valuable. For them, college is seen as the pathway to a good job. Despite their natural independence, their ability to process massive amounts of information quickly qualifies them to be excellent students.”