By Angela Maiers

Resources for #GeniusHour

Resources for #GeniusHour

Five years ago, I imagined a classroom where passion driven work was the norm; one in which students were invited and expected to experiment with ideas, discover possibilities, and make epic things happen. This dream is now a reality. When we create a time and space for our students to strive audaciously and connect and collaborate with others, their genius is liberated, and learning, lives and worlds change.

Below is a host of resources to help you launch #geniushour in your classroom.

Genius Matters is a free, day-by-day lesson plan for the first 20 days of implementing genius hour. 

Other resources: (there are many more in Genius Matters)

Genius Hour: Making Time for Passion in the Classroom

Genius Hour is an Apprenticeship to Citizenship

Genius Hour: Our Promise to Students That Their Passions Matter

Link to my book page for Passion Driven Classroom and Classroom Habitudes

Storify of a Twitter Chat on Genius Hour

Genius Hour: Creativity, Passion, Wonder, by Gallit Zvi

Genius Hour Wikispaces Page by Denis Krebs, Joy Kirr, Gallit Zvi

Resources for #GeniusHour


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