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May 30, 2017

Watch Early Learners Thrive When You Teach Creativity And Innovation

From yesterday’s inbox…

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Bring lessons in creativity & innovation to the littlest learners
Even the littlest learners thrive when innovation and creativity are infused into curriculum and their daily lives. But how and why?
Get those answers in the new ISTE book Nurturing Young Innovators: Cultivating Creativity in the Classroom, Home and Community, which is now available for pre-order.
Written by experts who are passionate about supporting early learners through effective uses of technology, this book is a singular source for encouraging innovation and creativity with the youngest learners so they can develop the skills they need to thrive.
This book includes:
• Examples of how teachers can collaborate with students, parents and the community to support student success and innovation.
• Practical tools, including sample projects, reflection questions and exercises to drive student learning.
• An action plan to help you track the steps you’re taking to facilitate creativity in students.
• A resources section to support the content in each chapter.
Save 25 percent until June 30 with coupon code Innovator25. ISTE members, as always, save an additional 10 percent.Save 25%
PRE-ORDER NOW
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Connected Learning | Connected World
Call : 800.336.5191 (U.S. and Canada)  |  503.342.2848 (international)
Mail : iste@iste.orgInternational Society for Technology in Education
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Headquarters: 1530 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 730, Arlington, Virginia, 22209

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