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Being innovative means different things to different people. David Jakes explains why process without product isn't innovative.
The "real work" when implementing technology is about engaging the entire system in creating new realities that best serve learners, communities and economies.
The start of school is an exciting time and I often use it as a reminder for focusing on professional goals for the upcoming year. Here are some of the goals I’ve set for myself this year.
Over the past four years of his work, David Jakes has developed some ideas about the redesign of library spaces and what that can look like.
Immediate gratification is the rule of the day. Understanding that purposeful change takes time, commitment, trial, error, practice and reflection is essential for real school transformation.
Design thinking is a pretty hot topic for teachers and for schools. David Jakes has invested five years learning design and shares his five key points to consider.
It’s not news that the evolution of education technologies and models of transformed learning are moving at the speed of sound.
By making ideation a group exercise, you can often overcome common obstacles and jump-start creativity.
Set the stage for writing in your classroom and help students to break through these common writing obstacles.
Education trends come and go (and come back again), but most makers will agree that the Maker movement is more than just another trend. So why is the Maker movement so impactful?
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