It’s easy to focus on what we teach and how we teach, but where we teach is often overlooked.

We need to prepare students for jobs that don’t yet exist and for a world that is rapidly evolving. While no one can predict what the future will look like, we can set students on a path for success by unlocking their creative potential.

One of the best ways to foster creativity is to provide conditions in which all learners can develop ideas, solve problems, connect, learn, and adapt.

Here are 5 ways you can create spaces in your school that unlock creativity in...

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  • About the Author:

    Nancy Caruso is associate head of school at Beaver Country Day School in Newton, Mass. Joining Beaver in 2006 as the director of admission and financial aid, she has held the role of assistant head since 2009. Caruso leads Beaver’s faculty recruitment and development programs and collaborates with faculty to implement academic initiatives and strategic priorities. She has more than 20 years of experience in the education field. Prior to joining Beaver, she served as assistant head of school at Boston University Academy and held education administration positions at A Better Chance, Inc., and Boston College.