It has been over 10 years since Sir Ken Robinson first spoke at a Ted Talk and asked the question “Do schools kill creativity?” Educators are still discussing how students can be encouraged to be creative and to accept ‘failure’ as part of a positive learning process. Here are some tools to use with your students to explore and stimulate their natural creativity for learning. Give them time to reflect on their creative process too!
Piktochart -simple, intuitive tool that helps you tell your story with the visual impact
Visit CommonSense Media at Find an EdTech Tool for more ideas and reviews of tech tools for your classroom
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