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Can Creativity Be Taught?

By Susan Daniels, Ph.D., author of Visual Learning and Teaching: An Essential Guide for Educators K–8 I am eager to answer this question. But first, we would benefit from considering this question: What is creativity? There is a multitude of … Continue reading

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Imagine That! Creative Thinking and Learning

By Susan Daniels, Ph.D., author of Visual Learning and Teaching: An Essential Guide for Educators K–8 Imagination is more important than knowledge. —Albert Einstein Imagination (noun) the act or power of forming a mental image of something not present to … Continue reading

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Friday Link Roundup

This week, we continue to watch the world’s responses to the ongoing refugee crisis. PBS’s NewsHour has the story of a school in Texas where “Telling stories helps refugee children learn a new language.” Engaging with the stories of people whose … Continue reading

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What Children Can Learn from a Cardboard Box

By Gill Connell and Cheryl McCarthy, coauthors of A Moving Child Is a Learning Child. This post was originally published on the Moving Smart Blog. Like red rubber balls and teddy bears, skipping rope, sticky fingers, boo-boo kisses, bath time … Continue reading

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