Intention: Critical Creativity in the Classroom por Amy Burvall

Intention: Critical Creativity in the Classroom
Titulo del libro : Intention: Critical Creativity in the Classroom
Fecha de lanzamiento : June 8, 2017
Autor : Amy Burvall
Número de páginas : 350
ISBN : 1945167327
Editor : EdTechTeam Press

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Amy Burvall con Intention: Critical Creativity in the Classroom

Páginas: 350 Géneros: 12:JNU:Teaching of a specific subject 12:0:0 Sinopsis: &ldquo,&lsquo,Rigorous whimsy. , I',m in.&rdquo,&mdash,Clive Thompson, author of Smarter Than You Think ,&ldquo,Bravo to Burvall and Ryder for showing us how to bring out more creativity in the classroom. All teachers, parents, and students will find something to steal here.&rdquo, ,&mdash,Austin Kleon, New York Times best-selling author of Steal Like An Artist ,&ldquo,What I would have given to have educators like Amy and Dan in my early years &hellip, doodling, remixing, iterating, discovering, playing to learn with all your might. The world needs thinkers like these two and the world also needs this book.&rdquo, ,&mdash,Sunni Brown, best-selling author of Gamestorming and The Doodle Revolution&ldquo,Intention is a work of art and genius. Burvall and Ryder explore the rich tapestry of ways in which academia can embrace curiosity and creativity, provide tools with which to dissect it for values, and take that further with actionable exercises that empower the reader to put these ideas into practice. A beautifully executed exploration of creativity in learning.&rdquo, ,&mdash,Adam Bellow, co-founder of Breakout EDU&ldquo,Don ,t just read this brilliant book of recipes for classroom creativity. Make it your intention ,to digest, deliberate, and doodle all over it. (I did!)&rdquo, ,&mdash,Bryan Mathers, founder of VisualThinkery_,