Creativity & Education

Barton developed and delivered accredited creativity courses and workshops to hundreds of managers at Lesley University’s School of Management. He has also presented creativity workshops for artists and teachers, and written extensively on creativity.

His book, The Hothouse Effect, explores the creative secrets behind history’s most creative communities as well as modern organizations that placed creativity at the core of their strategic development.

Recent Posts

  • An Educational Approach for an Era of Profound Technological Change An Educational Approach for an Era of Profound Technological Change Barton Kunstler, Ph.D. “The way industry treats these human minds a new art and a new science which…examines the question of ‘How do you use human minds?’” 1 Dr. Edwin Land, one of the greatest inventors in history and successful corporate visionary, made this statement 40 years ago and it still is relevant today.  It also applies as definitively to our schools as it does to business and industry.  But a revolution in education and learning may well be forced upon us as we undergo the most dramatic technological transformation in history.  Current educational policy debates, driven by those two uncooperative yoke-horses, politics and budget, will ...