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JUNE 13-18, 2017 • UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO NORTH CAMPUS • BUFFALO, NEW YORK, USA
PRESENTED BY: Creative Education Foundation • Journal of Creative Behavior 
Thursday, June 15 • 7:30pm - 9:00pm
BK114 FourSight of Student Leaders: Research into Profiles, Patterns, and Possibilities

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Innovative Learning Environments identifies student engagement, collaboration and learners' self-awareness as fundamental. Discover the results from two Applied Research in Education projects examining how we might use Creative Problem Solving tools and techniques to generate differentiated instruction and assessments that enhance engaged, inclusive and equitable classrooms. You will experience the impact of specific creativity tools, such as divergent thinking, thinking preferences, and design thinking practices in order to create quality curriculum that empowers students. You will:
• Link CPS to curriculum design frameworks, such as outcomes based-education.
• Explore the significance of thinking preferences for differentiated education.
• Align thinking preferences to authentic assessments and active learning strategies.

Leaders/Presenters
avatar for Christine Boyko-Head

Christine Boyko-Head

Ontario, Canada, Mohawk College
Christine Boyko-Head is an interdisciplinary educator, writer and advocate for arts-integration and creativity in higher education. While getting her doctorate at McMaster University in English literature, she used her driver-thinking preference by co-founding Parnassus Theatre, a... Read More →


Thursday June 15, 2017 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Richmond Main Lounge 272