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Bringing Creativity Back Into the Classroom

This collection includes resources to help increase students' creativity in your classroom.
A Collection By Shelina Warren
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Bringing Creativity Back Into the Classroom
  • edutopia.org
    edutopia.org

    Fostering Creativity With Makerspaces

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    Shelina Warren says:
    If you want student creativity maximized, then you should work towards having a makerspace. I am in the process of creating my makerspace. My students are very creative and this will only make class time more meaningful to them. Here are some tips and tricks for putting together a makerspace in your school, and some thoughts on how it can be beneficial to your students.
  • Shelina Warren says:
    This blog post shows how to create an environment that stimulates and nurtures creativity.
  • Shelina Warren says:
    Lesson plans and activities for teaching about inventions by increasing creativity and creative thinking. The lesson plans are adaptable for grades K-12 and were designed to be done in sequence.
  • Shelina Warren says:
    I had to add this blog information to this collection. I am always wanting new ideas to help make my students better. To make learning really stick, kids need art, music, drama and hands-on activities. I agree with that statement wholeheartedly. This blog post has for incorporating more creativity into your day for every grade level! They just made our day so much easier!
  • edudemic.com
    edudemic.com

    5 Ways Google Tools Can Make Education More Exciting

    Article
    Shelina Warren says:
    Tech literacy is almost as important to succeeding in the world today as creativity. And conveniently the two go hand in hand. Just using Google tools alone, we’ve already covered five creative assignments teachers can give. I can't wait to use information I gathered from this article. It was very enlightening!
  • Shelina Warren says:
    The video tour of TED-Ed describes its features. TED Talks make for a great base for so many different kinds of educational experiences. Whether you’re simply using a talk to spark discussion or you’re creating a TED series of your own, TED Talks make a creative, exciting, and rewarding teaching lens.
  • edudemic.com
    edudemic.com

    Why Creativity in the Classroom Matters More Than Ever

    Article
    Shelina Warren says:
    I thought this article was very interesting in showing teachers how we could incorporate more creativity for our students. Introducing more creativity into your classroom and assignments doesn’t have to make your job harder. Giving assignments that require more creativity will likely result in more engaging work for your students, and a more entertaining grading process for you.
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