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September 6, 2016

Foster Student Creativity

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Foster Student Creativity
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Make, Learn, Succeed ISTE Resources While many educators have the tools they need to teach content, developing student creativity may be unfamiliar territory. But just like reading or math, creativity is a skill that students can learn and teachers can assess.
In Make, Learn, Succeed: Building a Culture of Creativity in Your School, author Mark Gura offers practical advice on ways you can effectively develop creativity in students with the use of ed tech. Make, Learn, Succeed shows educators how to foster student creativity by:

  • Developing a creativity-friendly learning environment.
  • Weaving maker, STEAM, robotics and gaming into instruction.
  • Encouraging entrepreneurship, curiosity and play.
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