To inspire student creativity, cultivate a creative learning environment
The first post in this Creativity blog series introduced the broader concept of the 4Ps: Place, Process Person, Product. This one dives into Place.
Who’s who in your classroom: Using Book Creator to build community
Empower your students to get creative whilst getting to know each other – a great idea for the start of the school year.
Embrace lifelong, AI-proof learning with digital portfolios
Digital portfolios are the key to nurturing skills in learners, connecting with parents, and showcasing student work in a way which simply can’t be done using artificial intelligence. Here’s our guide to making the most of digital portfolios.
Want to design more creative learning experiences for students? Use the 4Ps
Dr. Beth Holland introduces a framework called the 4Ps of Creativity to help educators incorporate creativity into their teaching practices.
Feature update – more options in the text editor
We’ve updated the text editor with some powerful new features! Text coloring and highlighting, bullet lists, and special characters for math and languages.
Why color matters: Unlocking the magic of color in education
Book Creator’s Head of Literacy Learning Randi Ahrndt on how to unlock the magic of color theory in education (and how our latest feature update can help with that!).
Book Creator meets Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) standards in the US
An independent review by LearnPlatform has concluded that Book Creator meets the standards of evidence in Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) aligning with Level IV “Demonstrates a Rationale.”
New Book Creator resources from Twinkl
We worked with Twinkl to publish some new Book Creator resources to support UK teachers and pupils.
Standards-driven success with Book Creator in CUSD 300
In this Partner Spotlight, we focus on our friends at Community Unit School District 300, based in Algonquin, Illinois. They bought Book Creator in 2019 and are using it to align with their vision to support creativity, innovation, literacy and digital learning driven by the ISTE Standards.
Collaborating with AI: a modern approach to storytelling in the classroom
AI is a tool not often associated with elementary education, yet one that holds immense potential. Students found themselves collaborating with AI to ignite their storytelling journey in a lesson with teacher Tracy Terwilliger and Digital Learning Coach Holly Clark.