Jeanne Muzi recently posted two lists of "Creativity Kickers" on the blog, Four O'Clock Faculty. The lists offer great ideas for formative assessments and creative challenges. In "Creativity Kickers, Part 1," I found a couple I would like to try in my own classroom, such as the "Yes, And... Cards" and the "Student Created Knowledge…
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