Inquiry. It’s not a new idea.
"What do you want to do today?" "Where do you want to go for dinner?" "What song should I put on?" "Who said what???" It seems all day long we are asking small questions. We ask questions in our
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The Genius Hour Guidebook: Fostering Passion, Wonder, and Inquiry in the Classroom
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Fidget Spinners Aren’t the Issue (The Real Issue Is Student Ownership)
The debate about fidget spinners often misses the bigger issue of student ownership. When we focus on student distractions and student engagement, we miss out on student empowerment and student ownership. Listen to the Podcast Just click
Are You Ready for a Genius Hour Classroom?
Genius Hour is an inquiry/passion-based strategy designed to excite and engage students about the joy of learning. Krebs & Zvi share tips for getting started.
Getting Started With #GeniusHour – A Free Webinar
Want to start Genius Hour in your classroom but not sure where and how to begin? Already started Genius Hour and need a bit more guidance? I hosted this 25 minute webinar to jumpstart Genius
The Genius Hour Guidebook
Today our chat was an interactive session, where we created heart maps and then added our heartbreaks. We considered what we could do about the heartbreaks. Then we discussed how we could use heart maps and other tools to help students develop their Genius Hour ideas. We had a small and busy group--Faige Meller, Jill Canilla Daley, Karen Young, Renee White, Cathy Robey, Jimena Licitra and hosts, Gallit Zvi and me, Denise Krebs. We have included some educational resources to help with heart…