Explore how teachers can use student-led game-making to enrich learning. Panelists will review the protocols of game-making, types of student-made games that are well suited for schools, what makes games engaging, and how various cross-curricular content areas come alive in games.
Explore how art and literacy are intrinsically linked and enrich each other. Participants will read children’s artwork, decode the drawings and paintings for meaning, and use the art as a springboard for many types of writing—descriptive, persuasive, expository, poetry, and narratives.
Learn how the 4 C’s—Connections, Commonalities and Comparisons, Citizenship and Communication, and Cultural insights—are key to global understanding.
Attendees will leave the webinar with a better understanding of the stages of children’s creative development and how to articulate these insights to others.
In this webinar, participants will explore how creativity connects creative experiences and can deepen opportunities for family engagement.
In this webinar, the presenter will shed light on various elements of creativity and offer practical applications. Most frequently asked and important questions about creativity in the classroom will be answered.
In this webinar, attendees will be introduced to a simple process that engages colleagues and builds deeper understanding of each other’s sense of purpose and pedagogy.
In this webinar, learn how teachers enhanced students’ literacy and technology skills while supporting project-based learning.
In this webinar, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of why collaboration is a 21st century skill and how to foster a stronger creative, collaborative school culture.
The labels change from day to day and school to school — “hybrid learning,” “flipped learning,” “competency-based learning,” “project-based learning” — pick your favorite adjective and add “learning.” What do they all have in common? Learning — and behind it all, technology. School leaders are right to focus on the learning but sometimes forget to worry about the technology.