4C’s of Planning for Creativity

We often hear about, and many of us openly attest to, the value of two essential skills today’s students will need to succeed beyond high school: creativity and critical thinking. Additionally, there are movements afoot that encourage teachers to provide students with opportunities to amplify their voice and make choices in the context of schoolwork. But between those developmental goals and well-intentioned directives are teachers and students who need techniques to turn the concept of creativity into practical educational experiences and meaningful projects. It’s not enough to only provide direction, but a tool to help students get there. There’s been a lot of talk in recent years about th

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