In “Creative Thinking Skills-Nurturing the Process,” Bob Iseminger engages teachers with the philosophy and application of creative skill sets for modern students. With practical ideas such as classroom choices and asking questions, this course will help teachers apply creative concepts to any lesson plan.
In this 1-hour course, teacher will learn:
- The definition and characteristics of creative thinking
- How to help students understand their own creativity
- How to take a creative inventory
Bob Iseminger has over 25 years of experience in public education as a classroom teacher, math resource teacher, and coordinator of a gifted education magnet center. He has worked in both urban and suburban settings at the elementary and middle school levels, and in a consulting capacity with high school students. Mr. Iseminger currently serves as a staff development consultant for school districts nationwide in addition to presenting at state gifted conferences. He is the co-author of several books including “Cultivating Classroom Conversations” and “Choice and Challenge: Engaging Anchor Activities for the Differentiated Classroom”.
Frank – BURLESON ISD (verified owner) –
Nicole – SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (verified owner) –
I liked learning how to teach and define creativity to students
William – WESLACO ISD (verified owner) –
This course was very helpful in giving me ideas about creativity and incorporating it more into the classroom.
Lee – EANES ISD (verified owner) –
This was interesting, but I’d like more practical ways to incorporate creativity. Perhaps divide workshops into content and grade levels.
Dezman – BEAUMONT ISD (verified owner) –
margarita – MERCEDES ISD (verified owner) –
Very helpful and interesting. Ready to try in my class.
Hannah – Northern Local Schools (verified owner) –