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Gary Marx on Releasing Ingenuity in the Classroom

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In May of this year, Education Week hosted a webinar with noted futurist and author Gary Marx as the presenter. The webinarbased on Marx's book Twenty-One Trends for the 21st Century, offers a deeper understanding of impending challenges and opportunities to prepare educators for the schools of tomorrow. In the clip below, Marx discusses how educators can release ingenuity in the classroom.

You can read more about Marx's suggestions for developing ingenuity here. Also, feel free to check out the full book, the guide, and the webinar to explore all of the important trends for the future. 


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