Rethinking Success. Sparking Creativity.

 active learning classroom

There's a growing concern with education thought leaders on student engagement and the need for a new definition of student success. Old norms are giving way to a deeper, broader and more individualized perspective on what student success is and how to achieve it. At the same time, teaching creativity and the creative process has never been more critical for 21st Century success.

This booklet explores two key issues in education. The first is about stepping back, rethinking old norms and bringing disruptive innovation to learning spaces to help students succeed. The second article focuses on the creative process: helping students find new ways to think, make and ultimately share their ideas. Download the booklet to learn more.