John Dacey, Ph.D., teaches courses in creativity and human development at the Lynch School of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA. He also has a small practice as a licensed psychotherapist. John is the author of many books on the subjects of anxiety, creativity, and human development. He has received public service awards and frequently speaks to service groups and school faculties on the subject of creative problem solving.
Build students' creativity while implementing standards-based instruction! This resource helps teachers learn to merge teaching the standards and creative-thinking strategies in order to help students solve problems, think effectively, and be innovative.