I’ve been waiting for this day for months and it is finally here… my new book 40 Ways to Inject Creativity into Your Classroom with Adobe Spark is ready for you to check out!
How do you inject creativity into your classroom? How do students demonstrate their understanding while creating movies, websites and more? To quote Sir Ken Robinson, “Creativity is as important as literacy” — which is why educators the world over are seeking ways to embrace creativity in the classroom, encouraging both creative expression and creative problem solving.
For the past year I’ve been putting together a book with Ben Forta, Adobe Senior Director of Education Initiatives and the fantastic folks at EdTechTeam. Our goal was to give you ideas, inspiration and tips to make creativity in the classroom an essential part of the school day.
For those of you who have followed along on my blog and social media channels… you know how much I love Adobe Spark. And now Spark is free for schools, friendly for students under 13, and ready for Chromebook and iPad classrooms.
If you’re not sure if this book is the right fit for you, can you do me a quick favor? Share this post with a couple of colleagues or friends at other schools who you think might be interested. I really appreciate all of your help!
Whether you’ve been with me for the past 6 years, 6 months or 6 weeks, thank you for welcoming me into your inbox, Twitter feed, blog list… or however we typically connect. Sharing tips, strategies and lesson ideas with fellow educators is my passion and I’m so happy you’re along for the ride!
Yours in Learning,
P.S. I can’t wait for you to check out this Adobe Spark book for teachers!
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40 Ways to Inject Creativity into Your Classroom with Adobe Spark (my Amazon affiliate link)
40 Ways to Inject Creativity into Your Classroom with Adobe Spark (on Barnes & Nobles)
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Yours in Learning, Monica :)