Educators from around the country share their favorite educational apps.
Most games, including digital ones, start with a paper prototype. Students and educators can learn from the process of planning, drawing and creating a game on paper.
Math circles are an Eastern European and Russian tradition that spread across the U.S. in the last two decades thanks to math lovers who yearn for more.
Many young patients resort to tv to pass the time during long hospital stays. A mobile maker project aims to ignite creativity, while helping kids solve problems they face during their visits.
Improvisation is being used as a way to help students and educators feel supported, open up to new ideas and think on their feet.
Thom Markham offers a set of principles to help educators see beyond immediate reforms to the education system.
In order to develop creative individuals, children need environments that nurture their interests. Between standards and testing, how much of that are they getting at school?
Slang may seem like it has no place in the dictionary, but dictionary editors are listening very closely to the words people use in real life.
Connecting with people through sincere positive beliefs can influence the brain and open it up for learning possibilities.
Break-out spaces and furniture on wheels can do wonders to enhance a person’s learning experience. Here are six low-cost ideas for creating those environments in the classroom.
A Philadelphia center puts making connections between concepts and experiences central to the creative process for student-driven learning.