Some fun ideas to foster creativity, artistry, design, developing multimedia and more!

Transforming the classroom with augmented learning — from thetechedvocate.org by Matthew Lynch Excerpt: Forbes documented the many ways that augmented reality (AR) has come to life […]

Better Questions in the Classroom Lead Students to Think Harder—and Learn Deeper [Bradbury & Berlin]

Better Questions in the Classroom Lead Students to Think Harder—and Learn Deeper — from edsurge.com by Staci Bradbury and Rebekah Berlin Excerpt: The takeaway here […]

Some great resources re: “The 60-Year Curriculum”

A LIFETIME OF LEARNING — from continuum.uw.edu Excerpts: The 60-year curriculum is the modern approach to a lifetime of learning. Getting a degree, getting a […]

A smorgasboard of apps and tips — including one that can trace where water flows within the U.S.

Leveraging EdTech: brilliant tools for student voice — from global-edtech.com by Cecilia Astolfi Cecilia Astolfi provides three very useful tips for any teachers wishing to […]

ROYBI Robot: The winner of the WEF’s Smart Toy Awards 2021 in the category of Smart Companion [Sarraf]

Per Elnaz Sarraf (She/Her), Chief Evangelist at ROYBI Robot: ROYBI INC, the creator of the award-winning ROYBI Robot, announced today that it was named the winner of […]

Interesting…”Curiosity Stream Is the Streaming Service Tailored for People Who Love To Learn”

Curiosity Stream Is the Streaming Service Tailored for People Who Love To Learn — from And for less than $20 a year, Curiosity Stream offers […]

We want students to be creative, but how do we assess this? [Spencer]

We want students to be creative, but how do we assess this? — from spencerauthor.com by John Spencer Excerpt: We know that creativity is vital […]

Learning from the Living [Class] Room: Adobe — via Behance — is already doing several pieces of this vision.

From DSC: Talk about streams of content! Whew! I received an email from Adobe that was entitled, “This week on Adobe Live: Graphic Design.”  (I […]

Nearly 3/4’s of pandemic affected parents feel Ss should learn subjects they’re passionate about, not those of little interest [Unschooling School]

Nearly three-quarters of pandemic affected parents feel students should learn subjects they’re passionate about, not those of little interest — from newswire.ca by Unschooling School […]

9 BIG Questions Schools Must Answer to Avoid Going “Back to Normal” (*Because “Normal” Wasn’t That Great to Begin With) [bigquestions.institute]

9 BIG Questions Schools Must Answer to Avoid Going “Back to Normal” (*Because “Normal” Wasn’t That Great to Begin With) — from bigquestions.institute Excerpt from […]

Don’t force square-peg students back into wrong-shaped holes [Lake & Hill]

Don’t force square-peg students back into wrong-shaped holes — from crpe.org by Robin Lake Paul Hill But what gets lost in the reopening debate is […]

Want Students to Be More Creative? Try Adding More Play. By John Spencer

Want Students to Be More Creative? Try Adding More Play. — from spencerauthor.com by John Spencer

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