By: thetaxhaven

I’m an idea guy. That is, I have a lot of ideas. As a teacher I would constantly improvise, come up with new projects, lesson ideas, tweaks to traditional assessments, and have an organic approach to learning in my classroom.

But they were still my ideas.

I was failing to value, foster, and spark ideas from my students. In fact, I would sometimes hurt their creativity and flow by moving on too quickly.

Source: 4 Small Questions That Lead to Innovative Breakthroughs – A.J. JULIANI

A great way of looking at empowering your students to propose ideas and motivate them.

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