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    • Melin Osman

      This is a good chart to have up within a classroom as it is a great aid for students. The most important factor I believe is for students to take risks, which is the first point of learning. If a student is not willing to take risks then how are they going to learn. As a CRT teacher I see a lot of students afraid to take risks in the fear of failing. Taking risks is where education starts and teachers often forget that is the case or don't remind their students enough.

    • Grover Ramirez

      Rethinking Innovation- A guideline for teachers #infographic

    • Tricia Stohr-Hunt

      Here's an infographic on how to inspire innovation in your classroom.

    • Michael Gunn

      Good ideas board.

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