A new book by Anna R. Beresin examines play, recess, and creativity from several angles.
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March 11, 2014
February 07, 2014
Three new titles suggest ways for incorporating graphic novels, multimedia production, and other media across the curriculum.
December 30, 2013
BookMarks' most popular posts of 2013 include book reviews, interviews, and longer pieces on graphic novels, common standards, creativity, summer reading, e-books, and libraries.
November 10, 2013
Researchers at the annual Society for Neuroscience meeting say creativity is a whole-brain process—and it can highlight unusual strengths in students with emotional disabilities.
October 01, 2013
A new book explores the impact of new technology on young people's self-presentation and creative expression.
September 30, 2013
A new book by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis proposes "apps" as a framework for understanding a new generation of youth.
September 03, 2013
Perhaps in schools of the future, with experiential learning and creative problem-solving at the heart of the curriculum, kids will await the end of summer as a time to return to an experience that will so honor their needs and nature as to make the prospect of school actually seem better than vacation.
August 27, 2013
IN DC, the city's public charter school board has proposed a plan that would base 80% of a Kindergarten's overall quality on its students' reading and math scores. Sam Chaltain thinks that's a bad idea -- and he has a solution to offer.
July 11, 2013
We need to take hold of the changes schools must make and lead them with imagination and creativity while others lead the resistance. That is what will be good for our students.
July 01, 2013
Design thinking, collaboration, problem-solving, and creativity can all be taught and take place in contexts that keep the door open between the schoolhouse, the home, and the natural world. Today's good ideas are just as applicable to learning in a world defined by the natural environment as they are to learning that happens indoors or online. We have only to turn our serious and concerted attention to the question of "nature-deficit disorder," and we could make easy strides toward erasing it.