By: Gillian Judson. Since emotion directs learning, but doesn't often take center stage in curriculum discussions, here are three toolkits to help teachers engage emotion with their curriculum content for more powerful student learning.
Everyone has creativity, and the book Make, Learn, Succeed: Building a Culture of Creativity in Your School by Mark Gura focuses on how to help all students find their own in the classroom.
By: David Pumarejo. A GenDIY high school student shares the core competencies he relies on in order to help other motivated learners discover their leadership potential.
By: Justin Richards. While many schools already incorporate technology into their classrooms and curriculum, not all schools truly embrace that technology. Here are some best practices for maximizing the opportunities that technology education offers.
These heartfelt words from Student X will shake you to your teaching core, motivate you to ex-out any negativity and constantly inspire you to bring your “A” game to the classroom.
By: Mike McGalliard. The Global Cardboard Challenge culminates in a day of block parties, show-and-tells, and open houses throughout the country that will celebrate making, entrepreneurialism and creativity.
Simply put. Creativity keeps me going. There is nothing comparable to witnessing a student present a project that not only represents what he has learned but who he has become.