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Monday, September 9, 2013
Some students surprised me with their choice of music
During lab activities, I generally allow my students to listen to music. In the design industry, listening to upbeat music is very common and enables the creative juice to flow freely. Today, some students were enjoying music dated back in the 80's. I was surprised to see how delighted they were listening to it as if the music was fresh and relevant today. Lots of creativity came out as a result. This observation allowed me to think of ways to engage this type of music in their set induction especially when referring to designs that were popular during a certain music age.