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Creative Confidence: Ability Alone Is Not Enough

Why is it that students who otherwise have the ability to make a creative impact in the world, give up at the first setback or, worse, never even try in the first place? It all boils down to creative confidence. In this panel you will learn what creative confidence is, how it develops, and how organizations like Real World Scholars can help teachers and students develop it by pushing their work out into the world.

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  1. Understand what creative confidence is and why it matters.
  2. Learn how producing work beyond the walls of the classroom promotes creative confidence.
  3. Learn what organizations like Real World Scholars are doing to support this work and what you can do to join the effort.



Michael Crawford, Dir of Strategy & Partnerships, Real World Scholars

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