Educators complain that students don’t demonstrate enough creativity in a standards-based classroom. But isn’t that the result of traditional instruction? Project Based Learning (PBL) is rightly described as an effective method to enhance student creativity, but PBL by itself doesn’t always generate student work. Creativity can be enhanced through structured activities, effective use of technology, and a design framework that encourages students to be creative for a purpose and audience.
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