Serif in Education

The art of optical illusions

Optical illusions are images that can be deceptive or misleading to our brains, and can involve patterns, colours or shapes.  What is actually happening to our brain is it is processing a “one tenth of a second” delay, which means it has to try and predict what comes next, and …

The Guardian’s creativity debate – our view & the importance of constructive criticism

“Being creative in today’s fast-moving, tech-driven world requires a particular set of skills that goes beyond fact-based learning: problem-solving; creative thinking; and the ability to experiment, fail and try again,” says Lucy Jolin, writing for the Guardian newspaper this month. “But is our education system set up to deliver innovation …

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