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There’s no subject you don’t have permission to write about. Students often avoid subjects close to their heartㅡskateboarding, cheerleading, rock music, cars ― because they assume that their teachers will regard these topics as ‘stupid.’ No area of life is stupid to someone who takes it seriously. If you follow your affections, you will write well and will engage your readers. I’ve read elegant books on fishing, mountain climbing, giant sea turtles and many other subjects I didn’t think I was interested in. Write about your hobbies: cooking, gardening, photography, knitting, jogging, sailing, scuba diving. Write about your work: teaching, nursing, running a store. Write about a field you enjoyed in college and always meant to get back to: history, biography, art, archeology. No subject is too specialized if you make an honest connection with it when you write about it.
The creativity that children possess needs to be cultivated throughout their development. Research suggests that over structuring the child’s environment may actually limit creative and academic development. This is a central problem with much of science instruction. The exercises or activities are devised to eliminate different options and to focus on predetermined results. The answers are structured to fit the course assessments, and the wonder of science is lost along with cognitive intrigue. We define cognitive intrigue as the wonder that stimulates and intrinsically motivates an individual to voluntarily engage in an activity. The loss of cognitive intrigue may be initiated by the sole use of play items with predetermined conclusions and reinforced by rote instruction in school.
This is exemplified by toys, games, and lessons that are a(n)_____in and of themselves and require little of the individual other than to master the planned objective.