Innovation can’t be tested or graded -- but it can be built up


Ed. note: We're counting down the top stories of 2015 based on popularity (i.e. website traffic) to No. 1 on Dec. 31. How to create a more interesting, innovative classroom was a theme of many of the top stories this year, perhaps as educators, finally comfortable with technology begin to branch out into ways into using it to strengthen higher-order thinking skills and create projects unthinkable five or ten years ago.

innovative-classroomInnovation is a trait that I desperately want to instill...

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About the Author:

Trevor Shaw has worked as an ed-tech leader, speaker, writer, consultant, and classroom teacher for more than 20 years. He is the founder of the educational consulting firm, Genesis Learning and is currently the director of technology at the Dwight-Englewood School in Englewood, NJ. He can be reached at @gen_learn.