Fifth graders at Knox used the engineering design process to create a Pac-Man game during their Cardboard Challenge. (Photo c/o Michael Buis...
The Global Cardboard Challenge
The Storybook: 'Picasso, Cardboard and Imagination Help Kids Make a Home in America.' A third-grade teacher from Amarillo, Texas uses art, Genius Hour, and the Cardboard Challenge to inspire creativity in her students!
Girls work on their bowling alley. The pins are made out of cardboard, Starbucks lids and egg cartons. (Photo c/o Michael Buist)
'The Six-Year-Old Entrepreneurs' - Students start charities, come up with wacky inventions, and build businesses that give back at Springside Ch...
#TheStorybook is a collection of stories about inspiring kids, schools and communities who use creativity and imagination to build a better world!
Young makers work with an expert and experiment with sound, music and color at an Assemble Learning Party. (Photo: Assemble)
A Year of Genius Hour – What Have I Learned? | Denise Krebs, Genius Manifesto writer
Article by AJ Juliani: The Research Behind 20% Time. Modeled after Google's policy of dedicating time during the workweek to interest projects. Great article
Genius Hour CA - A group blog about using genius hour in Canada.
A 7th/8th grade English teacher's foray into the 20% Project, along with an honest assessment if what could go wrong
Follow on Twitter: Awesome Genius Hour teachers (a public Twitter list curated by Joy Kirr)