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  • Judy Buhagiar

    Cultivating an innovative culture inside your classroom and enhancing your students inquiry-based approaches to learning is not an easy task particularly in the light of all the surrounding distraction coming from digital media. It is probably one of the major challenges facing educators and teachers in the 21st century classroom.

  • Christina DiMicelli

    Inspiring Innovation Rethinking Innovation. Does it just come or can we inspire it? How do you inspire innovation in your students?

  • Michael Gunn

    Good ideas board.

  • Freddhreca Pearson

    Inspiring #Innovation #HR #learn #education #ideas #success #career #improve #infographic #teach #brainstorming

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