The March 2018 chat was a collection of questions asked by the teachers in the #Geniushour community. Gallit, on the right (@gallit_z) and Denise (@mrsdkrebs) moderated the chat. The answers were inspirational. Enjoy reading them...
Faige Meller, @Dubioseducator, had some very thought-provoking questions for our chat. She is recently retired from many years as a kindergarten teacher, who gave her children rich Genius Hour experiences. She continues to substitute teach...
On January 4, 2018 we had a great #geniushour chat! Our chat was led by guest host, @HughTheTeacher (Hugh McDonald). Hugh is one of the original 4 Genius Hour teachers that wrote the Genius Hour...
As teachers, we have summers “off,” but our summers are never quiet! We reflect, read, write, plan, evaluate, and shop. Our students are never far from our hearts and minds. This idea-filled post recaps some summer learning by members of the #GeniusHour tribe. Enjoy!
Gallit and Denise love reading new books over the summer, and of course, “we are always keen to check out new posts about what folks have been doing with Genius Hour and what their plans for next year’s Genius Hour blocks are.” Share yours in the comments here!
To celebrate the 5th anniversary of the #GeniusHour twitter group, author and early GH advocate Angela Maiers will moderate an hour-long live chat on Thursday, March 2 at 9 pm Eastern, joined by Denise Krebs and Gallit Zvi, co-authors of the Genius Hour Guidebook.
Denise and Gallit are often asked for a succinct description of Genius Hour. There are no strict rules, but it’s helpful sometimes to be able to provide a brief definition, as you advocate for the time and support to create Genius Hour in your own classroom. Try this one!
In a recent post Gallit and Denise wrote for MiddleWeb, they shared some great advice from Genius Hour teachers who participated in a summer #geniushour twitter chat. Learn more about what they all said and how to access the article. ALSO: Join the chat yourself!
Denise and Gallit have begun writing a monthly newsletter to share news and resources about passion-based learning and the Genius Hour community. Read the first issue, which includes insights about Genius Hour and the maker movement, and learn how to subscribe.
Teacher Hugh McDonald has put together a succinct list of 10 things he likes about The Genius Hour Guidebook. See if what he shares sound like something that might help you provide the opportunity for your students to grow as creative and passionate thinkers.