The future of learning from the LEGO Foundation
October 15, 2014
Curiosity is part and parcel of the creative process, and creativity is a key component of non-linear thinking. Creativity enables us to discover the new, the novel, to examine and evaluate its possibilities. Creativity in a No Straight Lines perspective is the means to also see the world and its context in a broader context, understanding its richer deeper narrative. In No Straight Lines we call for the return of the Craftsman and indeed Craftswomen – people that are innately creative, and are the builders of our non-linear world as opposed to consumers of the past. This is important because Unless you give people the power to actually solve the problems, you are not exploring their creativity at all. Therefore, agency is at the heart of creativity. A short video on the future of learning from the LEGO Foundation.