Using Cognitive Tools To Create Imaginative Classroom Spaces

Can the cognitive tools of imagination help shape how we actually organize our classrooms? Can cognitive tools help make classroom displays more engaging?

I think so!  Please leave your thoughts–I’d love to hear from you.

Click here to read my article in the  UKEdChat Magazine (June, 2017).

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  1. I love to evoke my students’ curiosity and get them to think of the subject from new angles. My students are often surprised when I am so enthusiastic about the different topics. I see looks of normalization, as new content- and sometimes even brilliant ideas- are received as mere content to be memorized for a test!

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