Sometimes a picture says a thousand words, but sometimes words deserve their own special exhibition. Our Imagination community is comprised not only of folks who are talented at rallying their communities and stockpiling irrational amounts of cardboard, but–as evidenced in some of the writings we’ve stumbled across–also have a gift for capturing their experiences with honesty, passion and insight.
Want a lesson in bravery and risk-taking? Read this wonderful post by a 5th grade teacher in Chicago. Learn how one veteran Massachusetts educator is using the Global Cardboard Challenge to “create disruptive innovation, error, and insight” or find out why this teacher in Plano, TX found herself crying at work. Want to add to the ouvre? You can share your posts/articles with us via twitter using the #cardboardchallenge hashtag or send us a link via email@example.com. Keep the stories coming!
Articles (by title):
- Our First School-Wide Cardboard Challenge: Risk-Taking for Everyone by Jessica Lifshitz
- Innovation: Error and Insight by Maureen Devlin
- Our First Cardboard Challenge by Clara Alaniz
- Cardboard Challenge Reflections Part 1 – What I Did Not See by Nancy Watson
- Life After the Cardboard Arcade by Terri Eichholz
- Third Annual Cardboard Challenge by Joy Kirr
- The Answer Is Yes! Reflections on the First Skeeter Cardboard Challenge by Mr. Martin