Category Archives: reading

Formatively assessing Shakespeare

This morning I’m finishing up Imagine: How Creativity Works by Johah Lehrer.  After talking about the creative process, the neuroscience of creativity, the importance of divergence and convergence in the creative process, and the relationship between cities and creative behavior, … Continue reading

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Back, but not in the saddle

I’ve been trying to write this post for about a week now.  A friend told me some time ago that blogging is a “use it or lose it” venture.  One of the things I took off my plate during Track … Continue reading

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