Web tools for the creative process. New Horizons 8.01.14 workshop

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Creativity might just be the one thing humanity’s future depends on. Helping students develop their creativity should be our number one concern. The fact is, that no matter how much of a subject matter we have our students memorize, if they are not creative they won’t be able to use that knowledge to better their lives and that of those around them.

In this post blogger Melissa Edwards shares what she calls the creative thinking challenge prompt, and the first prompt of the challenge is a very interesting one. Let’s think about it for a moment, if we are to foster our student’s creativity we must develop ours.

Thanks to the development of the web 2.0, today we have many tools that can aid the creative process:

You can take a look at some of tools here.

We are going to look at some tools that we can use to help our students develop their creative side and will choose one of these tools to summarize today’s session.

Google Drive

OneDrive

Blogger

Popplet

Wordle

Thinglink

Lino

ToonDoo

StoryBird

 

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Eladio Jiménez Madé

Father. Learner. Teacher.

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