Genius hour projects

Explore exciting and innovative Genius Hour project ideas that will inspire and engage students. Discover how to foster creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration through these hands-on projects.
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5th grade students participated in a "Genius Hour" project as a culmination of all the amazing art skills that they have learned in elementary school! Click Here to See Our Genius Hour Planning Page Click Here To See Our Project Ideas and Instructions Sheet Click Here to See Our Powerpoint Presentation

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Anchored In 3rd Grade: GENIUS HOUR!!! English, Pre K, Reading, Anchor Charts, Lesson Plans, Teach Like A Pirate, Teaching Tools, Genius Hour Projects, Inquiry Learning

After inspiration from Teach Like A Pirate by Dave Burgess, and participating in my first #tlap chat on Twitter, I decided to take the plunge into Genius Hour! First of all, I have finally learned what the Twitter hype is for education. And let me tell you... it is EXHILARATING Exciting! Refreshing Supportive Your own PLC After participating in the #tlap chat for an hour, I joined another Twitter chat...#ed (something or other). At first I just watched the action...then I got brave and…

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20% Genius: Genius Hour 20 Day Challenge! Day 1: What is Genius Hour - Students use 21st Century Skills in a student-driven, process-centered opportunity for them to explore their own interests. Also known as Genius Time, 20% Time, Passion Projects, and Personalized Learning #geniustime #20percenttime #personalizedlearning Challenges, Genius Hour Middle School, Genius Hour Elementary, 20 Day Challenge, Genius Hour, Genius Hour Projects, What Is Genius, Genious Hour, Project Based Learning

DAY 1: What is Genius Hour? As we mentioned earlier....Genius Hour is where passions come alive! Students are given the opportunity to pose their own questions, problems, or challenges. With support, students will plan, manage, and reflect upon their learning. Students will switch roles from learner and teacher throughout the process. They will have the freedom to think independently and interdependently, take risks, and learn from their attempts. You and your students will not be able to…

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