Let’s play! Play and creativity still have a place in modern education. In this course, Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. and Katie McKnight, Ph.D. will show you that play and creativity are actually vital to our students’ ability to relate to information in the 21st century. You will learn how to use the model and methods of improv to enhance literacy learning in your classroom through a variety of activities and exercises.
- Module 1: How creativity relates to learning styles and Bloom’s Taxonomy
- Module 2: The creative and improv connection
- Module 3: Originality and activities to apply improv methods
Dr. McKnight is an author, educator and consultant. Her career in education began as a high school English teacher in the Chicago Public School system. She received her B.A. degree from George Washington University, her M.Ed. from Northeastern Illinois University, and her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She currently serves as a Distinguished Professor of Research at National Louis University. Dr. McKnight travels worldwide as a professional development consultant and is a sought after speaker in the fields of adolescent literacy, inclusive classrooms, Common Core State Standards, Interdisciplinary literacy, and integrating technology in the 21st century classroom.