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One day down, one fablous day to go! 

Last night's kickoff to the Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation in Education Symposium at TC was a smashing success. Attendees enjoyed wine and cheese at the opening reception, followed by words of welcome by co-chair Dr. Margaret Crocco. Experiential workshops allowed attendees to tap into their creativity through a wide array of mediums, including digital story …

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Garage Band: An experiment in democratic music education 

In our consideration of how creativity is manifested, it’s natural to immediately jump to music and art. But musicians aren’t all that creative or innovative. At least that’s what Randall Allsup, Assistant Professor of Music Education at Teachers College, would say. Dr. Allsup argues that musicians, at least those trained in the traditional or classical …

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Where Good Ideas Come From – Wouldn’t we all like to know?  ☆

The Symposium is proud to present Steven Berlin Johnson, who will be speaking to the audience on Friday afternoon, April 29th. In his writing, the best selling author of seven books, among them Everything Bad is Good for You and Ghost Map, examines the intersection of science, technology, and personal experiences. In his new book, …

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Questions of Creativity & Innovation: A conversation with Ron Gross  ☆

Innovation – what is it?  How do we nurture it in K-16 education and adult organizations, especially in an age that puts such a premium on standardization and accountability? How do we “know it when we see it?” Does it look the same around the world? These are some of the questions that will be …

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