How to Foster Creativity, No Matter Where Learning Takes Place

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EdTech Cafe
 Standford EdTech (Author)
EdTech Café is a podcast series produced by the educational technology team at Stanford Medicine.

“Bueller … Bueller … Bueller”

As you laugh to yourself at that classic scene, imagine the feeling most educators experienced when they quickly transitioned to emergency remote learning in the spring. When the use of webconferencing solutions exploded, many educators found themselves in that same predicament: feeling as though they were talking to a wall.

Yet educators were resilient. They stayed vigilant in their quest to provide the best level of service for their students. If the past few months have proved one thing, it’s that an educator’s capacity to explore and experiment never ceases to evolve.

That same level of creativity is necessary for a successful transition back to school. More than ever, educators must be ready to embrace and foster creativity in teaching and learning — whether it happens in a virtual classroom or in person.

How to Foster Creativity, No Matter Where Learning Takes Place
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