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Hibah Ameer

Design Student, Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture

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Does formal education as a child hinder a child's creativity?

I am writing on a paper on Education Systems restricting child creativity. On one hand formal education has it s benefits as it trains the human eye to notice things, place things in order. But on the other hand it sets certain limitations to a child's imaginative mind and forces him/her to produce stereotypical imagery of what they call 'art'
What are your opinions?

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    Sep 26 2012: my argument goes as follow:education for children needs to be different for different children.normal children should be given ordinary education,so that they can open their unknown brain and instruct them learn the world and the ability of survival;for talent children,educators should give them freedom,including free imagination,free space,free speak,free exploid,not limit them on instruction and rule.
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      Sep 26 2012: i dont think there are children born with talent ! maybe but ...

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