To expand their creativity and imagination

How might we spark student curiosity to expand their creativity and imagination?

How might we develop students' capacity for imaginative thought through curiosity-building activities and lessons? 

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Add "loose parts" to an indoor or outdoor space to dovetail with a concept you are teaching and to spark curiosity and exploration around it

Add "loose parts" to an indoor or outdoor space to dovetail with a concept you are teaching and to spark curiosity and exploration around it

Photo of Jyoti Gopal
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Students are tasked with designing a game that connects specific evidence from a literary text to the text's themes.

Students are tasked with designing a game that connects specific evidence from a literary text to the text's themes.

Photo of Lily Brown
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The Treasure Box sparks learning in students by giving them an adventure in their every day learning and getting them up on their feet.

The Treasure Box sparks learning in students by giving them an adventure in their every day learning and getting them up on their feet.

Photo of Abby Graham
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By using LittleBits and allowing creativity to build freely, students will want to showcase their imagination and use new technology.

By using LittleBits and allowing creativity to build freely, students will want to showcase their imagination and use new technology.

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Use recycled and repurposed materials to foster creative confidence, visual thinking, and the spirit of possibilities.

Use recycled and repurposed materials to foster creative confidence, visual thinking, and the spirit of possibilities.

Photo of Dan Ryder
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