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University of Georgia

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Academic Achievement & School Leadership

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Brief Program Description

Educational researchers find that creativity and imagination are essential for learning, especially for difficult to reach students. How can you have a creativity-building activity that also develops critical social, emotional, and life skills for youth-at-risk populations? Educators from all areas can learn how to implement a series of creative challenges, such as mind puzzles, mystery games, and even Spam—yes, the canned meat—carving!

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Biographical Sketch

Kasey Bozeman, MS, County Extension Agent, University of Georgia, Liberty County Extension, Hinesville, GA

Keyword Descriptors

creativity, imagination, military-connected youth

Presentation Year

2018

Start Date

3-6-2018 2:45 PM

End Date

3-6-2018 4:00 PM

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Cultivating a Culture of Creativity – One Spam Carving at a Time!

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Educational researchers find that creativity and imagination are essential for learning, especially for difficult to reach students. How can you have a creativity-building activity that also develops critical social, emotional, and life skills for youth-at-risk populations? Educators from all areas can learn how to implement a series of creative challenges, such as mind puzzles, mystery games, and even Spam—yes, the canned meat—carving!