October 17-19 Monterey Marriott
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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

E202 - The Power of Play and Imagination to Transform Learning

11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Bill Derry, Consultant, School & Public Libraries, Milford, Conn.

Imagination, creativity, flexibility, and the ability to play well with others are important qualities for any individual to have. Why are they more important than ever, and how can they be fostered and/or improved? How is imagination different from creativity? What roles do play, tinkering, and making have in the development of imagination and creativity, and where does failure fit in? How can school libraries work with other staff to spark more inquiry and engaged learning in their communities?

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