No one wants to fail; no one wants to feel like a failure. I argued we need to redefine failure; to see it as an opportunity, as a teaching and learning tool.
It made me think of what stops a creative person, the underlying fear, and it reminded me of a post I wrote almost 2 years ago and it is pertinent to follow on from last week’s post.
I’ve added it here with some amendments.
Something has crept into my thinking.
It’s like a bad song you hear on the radio and it burrows into your ear (anything cheesy will do: something from “The Sound of Music” or The Wiggles – yep, you’re humming something already). You start humming it in the shower, while you’re driving, and it somehow becomes the theme song…
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