Encourage makers and innovators with this new release from Mark Gura
Creativity is a vital component of innovation and problem-solving, and a skill experts say can be taught and assessed. While many educators have the tools they need to teach content, developing student creativity may be unfamiliar territory.
In the new ISTE book, Make, Learn, Succeed: Building a Culture of Creativity in Your School, Mark Gura (author of Getting Started with LEGO Robots) shows that student creativity can be developed within current teaching practices and, with the integration of ed tech, that doing so is both practical and effective.
Make, Learn, Succeed shows educators how to foster student creativity by:
- Developing a creativity-friendly learning environment.
- Weaving maker, STEAM, robotics and gaming into instruction.
- Encouraging motivation, entrepreneurship, curiosity and play.
- Using technology tools and resources to support student creativity.