There’s a reason that learners these days are more attracted to video games than books. Video games have a lot of thought and creativity poured into them to make them as exciting, engaging, and artistic as possible, and encourage learners to bring out their artistic selves and express themselves in ways that they did not think possible.
It is impossible to understand technology’s full potential if we don’t start thinking of it as a paintbrush rather than a television. Essentially, we must stop looking at computers as though they were machines, but rather new mediums for creativity.
The thing that many teachers hate the most, technology, can be excellent in helping students express their creativity. Here’s how:
For centuries, stories have been used to convey information and…