Classrooms do not promote nearly enough creativity and innovation. Here's how they can start
Ed. note: Innovation In Action is a monthly column from the International Society of Technology in Education focused on exemplary practices in education.
Establishing a classroom that guides and supports students in developing their abilities to innovate and create is not often covered in teacher education or in-service professional development.
Nor does learning about creativity or the skills that are drawn on in the creative act figure strongly in commonly implemented curricula or standards.
On the other hand, our society looks to...