When something is created, something bigger happens! Join us as we explore what creativity means and bust creativity myths.
Gratitude is about recognizing the many positive things in our lives and appreciating the actions, attitudes, and efforts of others that enable us to enjoy material items and experiences. In this #ProjectPlan, children design ways to express gratitude and share signs of gratitude for others around them.
Join Crayola and Follett to hear insights from special guest author/illustrator of The Dot, Peter Reynolds. Get practical tips on storytelling and the connections between art and literacy.
Special Guests:Peter H. Reynolds, Author/Illustrator of The DotCheri Sterman, Director of Education, CrayolaJennifer Meyer, Marketing Manager, Follett Classroom #2020#Follett#FeaturedWebinar#Webinar#creativeteachingstrategy#artintegration#creativity#literacy#multiliteracies#SocialEmotionalLearning
Why are #STEAM careers important? How can students build creative thinking skills and a growth mindset to come up with innovative solutions to real-world problems? Explore these and many other essential questions using this #ThinkingSheet
Innovators and inventors investigate, inquire, infer, inspire and improve. What #STEAM behaviors do you exhibit as a learner and problem solver? Encourage students to identify their strengths using this #ThinkingSheet
Have children consider where new products come from and how #STEAM teams work together to meet unmet needs. Ask them to look around their house, school, or community and imagine how an everyday item could be improved using this innovative #ThinkingSheet.
STEAM can be woven into everyday experiences at home, school, and any place where students learn. Explore how STEAM energizes learning using this Thinking Sheet.
Childhood champions help us see our strengths and reveal our superpowers! Can you think of someone that inspired you and boosted your self-confidence? Use this thinking sheet to explore the power of championing children.
Help children feel like inventors and innovators who focus on big ideas! Innovation often happens alongside collaboration, where people build upon each other’s ideas. Even when children cannot be with their friends, projects like this one can bring them together virtually as they focus on solving a real world problem.
In today’s classrooms, educators inspire future technological and social innovators, artists, and policymakers. How can their creativity be fueled so they reach their full creative potential? Read how to uncover students’ creative potential in this article from NAESP’s Principal Magazine.