How teachers can help develop students' creativity

08/16/2013 | Education Week Teacher

K-12 gifted-education specialist Tamara Fisher writes in this blog post about how a children's board game that requires players to find solutions to obstacles made her think of ways to improve student creativity. She shares ideas for teachers to help their students become more creative, such as allowing students to complete assignments in different media or holding a maker fair.

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