Creativity

Roundtable

Be Creative!: Supporting Student Creativity Development in the Regular Classroom

Friday, November 10
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM
Location: Exhibit Hall Roundtable 11

So often, teachers tell students to, “BE CREATIVE!” But what does this really mean? How can we facilitate creative behaviors among students? This session will support teachers in incorporating creativity process skill training into regular curriculum, thus providing opportunities for students to use the tools for creative thinking and problem solving while expanding the standards that are required. In this session, participants will engage in various creativity strategies via content disciplines and explore tools for helping students self-assess growth in aspects of their own creativity. Participants will have the opportunity to examine ways to infuse creative strategies with the Common Core so students truly have the opportunity to “BE CREATIVE!”

Katherine B. Brown

Gifted and Advanced Specialist
Clarke County School District

Katherine B. Brown, Ph.D. is the Gifted and Advanced Specialist for the Clarke County School District where she leads her district in innovative programing, including the International Baccalaureate Programme and the Schoolwide Enrichment Model. She also serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Georgia in the Department of Educational Psychology. Katherine Brown has won several awards including the National Association for Gifted Children A.Harry Passow Teacher Scholarship and the Georgia Association for Gifted Children Mary Frasier Equity and Excellence Award.

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Rachel Roberts

Gifted Teacher
Clarke County School District

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Dianne Swann

Gifted Teacher
Clarke County School District

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