Teaching Students Creativity as a Human Superpower: A Conversation with Michaell Magrutsche
Grades: K - 12

Video Description: Michaell Magrutsche is an Austrian-Californian multimedia artist, educator, and an author of five art-related books. Michaell believes in a student’s untapped human abilities, especially our truth compass and inherent tools of creativity, and healthy discourse and adaptability. He is an outside the box thinker and is a passionate creativity/art researcher that looks for art/creativity’s true values for humans outside of any system.

In this episode Michaell and I discuss the importance of growing creativity in today’s youth and how that can impact a student’s education. We also dive into the topic of how students can focus on the process of learning and not the product for a more thoughtful education.

Michaell’s Website: https://michaellm.com/

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