is always looking for new ways to learn and build critical thinking skills.

Here is one article on precisely how to do that.

Education in the visual arts can be an avenue for building students’ critical-thinking skills, writes blogger Andrew Miller, a National Faculty member for the Buck Institute for Education. Miller points to two examples of this, including one in which students at a California school created an art piece to symbolize a better representation of an atom for a chemistry project. 

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