Nurturing Creativity and Curiosity

Rae Pica with Ginger Carlson

Ginger Carlson describes creativity as the desire to learn and believes it may be the most important trait that a teacher can nurture in a child. Creativity and curiosity are being eliminated from many learning environments, but Ginger says it is the various aspects of creativity that support academics and helps children achieve.

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May 4, 2009
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Ginger Carlson, MA Ed. is author of Child of Wonder: Nurturing Creative and Naturally Curious Children Ms. Carlson has served as adjunct faculty at the University of Oregon and taught in public and private schools in the United States as well as in International and Embassy schools abroad. She has been widely published in national, regional, and online magazines and leads workshops in creativity building for parents and educators throughout the country.
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