My last post was about the concept of applying Google’s 20% Policy to the classroom. 100 Minutes of Genius is a similar idea. Tia Henriksen got the idea of calling it “Genius Hour” from another educator, Mrs. Krebs, who is referenced on this blog post. Also, there are links to how Mrs. Krebs introduced the idea to her students along with a report of their progress. This appears to be an idea that is spreading like wildfire, and I think that it can be adapted to many different types of learning situations. Giving students more choices that allow for creativity could be a way to reignite the passion for learning in our country.
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