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Teaching Outside the Lines: Developing Creativity in Every Learner

by Douglas A. Johnson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 148337016X, Paperback)

Make Creativity The Center Of The Curriculum!

In our fast-changing world, the ability to think independently and innovatively is no longer a “nice extra”—it’s a survival skill. This book delivers surefire strategies for equipping learners across all grades and subjects with the motivation and critical thinking skills to thrive in our high-tech future.

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Why “one right answer” instruction paradigms discourage critical thinking and risk-taking Why merely using the latest technology class does not equate to teaching creatively Projects and prompts that ask the question “So what does this mean in the classroom today?”

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 31 Aug 2015 13:48:16 -0400)

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