Helping Students Get Creative
Wednesday, Aug 01, 2012 — 4:29
Join us at 9:30 PM EDT/ 6:30 PDT for an online round table discussion on encouraging students to be creative in the classroom. In the 21st century, where kids use social media everyday to create and share their voice, inspiring them in education no longer means getting them to read a book and take a test, but putting knowledge into action through a variety of creative means.
Our moderator Manoush Robin will be interviewing and then posing your questions to Shelly Blake-Plock, formerly of Johns Hopkins, Teachpaperless.com, and now the Digital Harbor Foundation on getting teachers and students to go out there and make stuff, do stuff, and the motivation them to create their own.
[Pic via Flickr - woodleywonderworks]