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Infographic of the Week: 20+ Ways to Help Students Be Innovative



In terms of 21st Century teaching and learning, creativity has been identified as one of the most important skills that students need to thrive in our society. I couldn’t agree more! What our world needs is a generation of young people that will be able to think, write and solve problems in new and innovative ways!

Yet, in a recent study conducted by Adobe, researchers found that our current educational system is actually stifling creativity. Regardless of the reasons why (i.e. lack of resources and/or the role of mandated standardized testing—now there’s a shocker!), we—as teachers—have the opportunity to change these statistics and better prepare our students for the real world.

So, how can we make this happen? The infographic shown below outlines a variety of ways we can encourage our students to be more innovative in their ways of thinking and doing. And guess what? You won’t even have to stray from the required curriculum or packets of test prep in order to do so!

Did I really just type that out loud? Ha, ha! Seriously, enjoy the visual!

innovation infographic

Thanks to Mia MacMeekin for sharing this awesome visual!

Classroom Connection:

Use the actions outlined in the infographic to create a classroom that embraces, promotes and recognizes student creativity. 

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Looking for some technology integration ideas to enhance your classroom lessons? Then be sure to check out my "Tech Tips" for the latest and greatest Web 2.0 tools, applications and web sites that can be incorporated into activities and/or projects. Although some posts may not be applicable to your content area or grade level, be sure to check back often as I will be varying ideas in order to provide resources across the K-12 curriculum.

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