November 18th, 2011.
A group of LEAD creativity facilitators travelled to Tin Shui Wai 天水圍佛教茂峰法師紀念中學 for a very important mission: To educate the students about the differences between the right and left brain and to emphasize the importance of creativity in our everyday lives.
All the LEAD facilitators are ready to begin their mission!
Our first mission: let the students understand the differences between left and right brain and also to let them realize which side of the brain they primarily use!
Our Second Mission: Capture the students’ attention and make them interested in exploring their own potential of creativity using their primary brain side.
Our Third Mission: Using innovative technologies like Ipad applications and games to enhance students’ interests and to let them explore and have fun while discovering the features of their brain!
Our Fourth Mission: After playing some educational and meaningful games, we had the students explain what the differences are between the two volunteers and how these differences might affect their daily lives.
Our Fifth Mission: Display creative videos made by foreigners and let students realize the enormous amount of potential creativity they have in them.
Our Last Mission: We told the students that the side of the brain a student primarily uses does not matter a lot, the most important lesson is that we should be creative everyday and see how we can fully utilize our potential to create something new in our daily lives, because being creative is being the key to a brighter future.
Mission was Successful.
Mission Log Ends
Written by Martin