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4 ways to promote creativity in your class: showcase your learning, open your classroom, engage in makerspace / STEAM, and liven up literature.
4 simple and fun March activities for elementary students: hunting for treasure, making rainbows, creating life, and building outside.
4 steps to teach your students about how to set achievable goals: be creative, find your focus, connect with goals, and party it up.
Three ways to teach students about the importance of Remembrance Day: poppy pause, creative donations, and inviting events.
Two fun and hilarious ways to engage your students in public speaking: 1. make your change; 2. build it together.
Three benefits for teaching public speaking to high school students with teaching tips: 1. thinking skills; 2. communication skills; 3. professional skills.
4 ways to engage your students in critical thinking: enjoy creating, develop connections, encourage creativity, and inspire reflection.
Teach your children how to think outside the box by integrating art into your review lessons. This article has three examples for you to try.