Dr. Victoria Prowse, Dr. David Gill and "The Creativity Premium"
Does creativity increase financial success?
Develop a learning environment that nurtures creativity
Explore ideas and follow steps to constructing environments where creativity flourishes.
Examine how to define a creative project, assess its creativity, and boost your own creative process.
Infusing creativity across all levels of Webb's Depth of Knowledge
Ideas for helping you move student work from ordinary knowledge to extraordinary thinking
Use freedom within form to support creativity.
Blank books are symbols of what each of us is capable of creating, contributing, and sharing.
The creative application of comics, cartoons, and graphic novels makes learning relevant to students.
Clay animation requires students to write, design, and organize a project, while analyzing how to apply their knowledge and creativity.
Support healthy cognitive development with a combination of physical and computer-based play activities.
Encourage students to explore the world around them and communicate their ideas through photography.
Seven ideas to help you boost your creative capacity.
A professional development adventure in artistic literacy and innovation
Building animations helps students grasp concepts that are difficult to explain using text alone.
Engage students with an opportunity to be active and social as they discuss, plan, and execute a project.
Raise expectations and standards in our classrooms by granting more responsibility to the learner.
Incorporating play into the learning environment can help ensure we are educating children for the 21st century.
Five tools for creative educators to inspire more creativity in the 21st century classroom.
A Pixie party can convince teachers to learn new ways for students to demonstrate knowledge.
Create custom rubrics for your classroom.
Write, record, and illustrate a sentence.
A curated, copyright-friendly image library that is safe and free for education.