Beautiful Risks: Having the Courage to Teach and Learn with Creativity with Dr. Ron Beghetto

January 26, 2019, 10 am

Beautiful Risks: Having the Courage to Teach and Learn with Creativity with Dr. Ron Beghetto

Are you feeling a little less energized about teaching than you’d like to be? We all need an attitude adjustment now and again. During this interactive presentation and workshop, you’ll learn from an internationally-recognized expert on creative thought and action in education how making slight changes to existing teaching, learning and leadership practices can result in transformative ways of thinking and acting.

Dr. Beghetto serves as Professor of Educational Psychology, Director of the University of Connecticut’s Innovation House and Graduate Program Coordinator for the Cognition, Instruction, Learning, & Technology Program in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. He is the editor for the Journal of Creative Behavior, series editor for Creative Theory and Action in Education and serves as a creativity advisor for the LEGO Foundation.

Free, space is limited. Registration required.

Energize for Educators Events are made possible by the presenting sponsor FirstEnergy Foundation with additional support from The Sandra L. and Dennis B. Haslinger Family Foundation, The Sisler McFawn Foundation, Joseph G. and Sally A. Miller Family Foundation, and the Laura R. & Lucian Q. Moffitt Foundation.

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