May Imaginarium: A Collection of Learning Experiences

 The May Imaginarium is a collection of experiences, rooted in research-based creative thinking strategies, design thinking methods, and cognitive flexibility. The below are all made in Apple Pages with customized shapes.

Vincent Van Gogh once said“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together." Creativity, in the fabric of humanity, is wild and untamed, quiet and subtle, quirky and mysterious. More than ideas and brainstorming, creative thinking has given us the modern world. And the consistent practice of creativity cultivates a confidence unparalleled to other learning experiences. 


Student need time and space and opportunity to build their Creative Confidence. Having taught K-12, I've noticed that the littlest learners ooze and share creative confidence out loud. High schoolers, not so much. They definitely have the creativity, but it seems to have gotten lost or silenced or shushed in the cacophony of tests, essays, and activities. Creative confidence is like a muscle. It is must be worked and massaged every day, not just for a project or learning experience, but a daily practice to strengthen, tone, and build.


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Available in Pages or PDF. If inspired, make your own imaginarium!!



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Posted on May 20, 2024

Always delightful Susan! Fun ideas that inspire thinking and creativity. Thanks!

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