*heads up: anyone who might be offended by a few swears & artistic expression shouldn't watch this*
I really admire Ian Sands. He's an excellent art educator... creative ideas, engaged students, and the willingness to question what he does (maybe the best part of all):
If we were students in our own classrooms, would we have freedom to learn, or would our efforts to push the boundaries be silenced?
So... if we silence the voices of our students, are we condoning censorship? What would happen if we questioned our methods, and we didn't like what we saw? Would we change anything?