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Embrace Change in the New Year with Genius Hour – Getting Smart by Susan Oxnevad – #geniushour, badges, edchat, edreform, elearning, eportfolios, Innovation

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Genius Hour is a powerful movement popping up in classrooms across the world. The idea encourages students to explore their own passions and creativity.

Ephansen‘s insight:

Great example of setting up for inquiry – own passions – could also be imbedded into the specifics of teaching and learning as part of shift in teaching instead of just something "outside" of school tasks/topics.  Learning commons (physical and virtual) a great central point to locate the work.  #CBEILC #tlchat

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Author: ephansen

I am passionate about library learning commons and the intersection of information seeking, co-creation and sharing of knowledge. Trans-literacy, inquiry and digital citizenship are also areas of exploration. Emphasis is K-12, but this is important for learners of all ages...

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