Keeping Up with Genius Hour: The Student Ideas List

Flat design concept icons of have to do list, good for web and mobile services and apps design, seo, social media or internet advertising.The student ideas list (“My Genius List of Things to Do & Be”) is a tool that we’ve found useful for kids who have a good idea but may lose track of it. This idea-catcher is also helpful in keeping up with what’s going on if they have several projects underway. And finally, it’s a good tool to promote some assessment and reflection and to encourage sharing results with others.

Here’s a visual of the simple form and an example that Denise has filled out for her own Genius Hour activities. Yes! She participates in Genius Hour, too, while also being available for consultation as needed.

Genius_List_of_Things_to_DoDownload a PDF of this tool

Be sure to also check out:

The Genius Hour Creativity Rubric (a self-assessment of creativity traits)

The Student Brainstorming Tool

Genius Hour Guide

The Genius Hour Guidebook: Passion, Wonder and Inquiry in the Classroom is co-authored by Denise Krebs & Gallit Zvi and published by Routledge Eye on Education, in partnership with MiddleWeb.com. Learn more about the book.

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  1. August 26, 2018

    […] You can also check out this post at our Genius Hour Guidebook website for more possibilities: Keeping Up with Genius Hour: The Student Ideas List. […]

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