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Cheryl Lemke Presents at FETC

Web 2.0 and Creativity

Innovation is the engine driving today’s global, high tech economy. To thrive in this entrepreneurial, complex, rapidly changing world, our students need to be highly effective thinkers. High tech tools serve as an extension to the student’s thinking — a place to explore ideas, research questions, test hypotheses, compose thoughts, and come to conclusions – in other words, to learn. Along the way, learn how you, as a teacher, can become a multiplier and accelerator for your students’ critical and creative thinking. The latest research indicates that thinking and creativity can be scaffolded by teachers! Join this session to learn how!

Learn more about Cheryl’s FETC keynote here