In 2015 the UN published the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, in which they define aims like fighting poverty and hunger, providing good healthcare and quality education for all, achieving gender equality, clean water and affordable, clean energy. The Global Goals also strive for decent work and economic growth, progressive innovation and infrastructure, reduced inequalities, sustainable cities and communities, responsible consumption and production.
The Creatubbles team encourages each and every one of you to participate in our weekly challenge! The challenge is open to anyone who wants to exercise their creativity, is looking for inspiration or simply wants to have fun.
Space is an fantastic, complex entity that may seem overwhelming to teach. Though, we can spend our entire lives unraveling the mysteries of space, we all have to start with a solid foundation. Teaching the basics theories of space doesn’t have to be taxing when teachers provide fun, engaging and imaginative projects. Here’s 5 creative ways to teach outer space.
An increasing amount of traditional art has been going digital over the last decade or so. Although some are wary of the transition, there’s a lot of perks to going digital. For artists, moving from a physical portfolio to a digital one, allows you to showcase your work on a huge scale, curate your own artistic journey and control your own image of yourself. We took a look at why every artist needs a digital portfolio.
School is not made just for learning Common Core standard information; it is where children learn important social lessons. Responsibility is one of the earliest and most crucial lessons students learn in school, and it helps to shape how they live the rest of their lives. Since everyone learns a little bit differently and some classrooms are geared toward students with diverse needs, here are seven different and fun ways that teachers can teach students responsibility.
Over the past couple of years, we’ve talked a lot about the benefits of integrating the arts into core subjects like math and science. We’ve also explored how educational curricula, like STEAM, are important in nurturing problem-solving skills and knowledge retention. This time we took a look at the advantages of integrating art and makerspaces.
Are you a maker who is interested in hands-on learning? Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Or do you know someone else who is? Agastya International Foundation, an organization at the forefront of creativity focused learning that has recently became a “Share with Creatubbles” partner (see their “Share with Creatubbles” page here) is looking for a maker to work for a month with their Vision Works team in India!
By now, most of you have noticed the boom in creative technologies and how artists around the world are creating extraordinary creations that have never been done before. While we sit in awe of their talent and creativity, a part of us wants to join in on the fun, but simply don’t know where to start. We brought you some tips on how to start using digital technologies in your own art.
Every creation person (and those who want to tap into their creativity) can benefit from carrying around a sketchbook. Inspiration can strike at any time, and your personal sketchbook should be there to capture anything from free-flowing ideas to dedicated creative work. We took a look at some of the advantages of carrying a sketchbook.