Pat explains how she hopes Zing! will help teachers and librarians get in touch with their own creativity. Video provided by WETV's ¡Colorín Colorado!
Why was Zing! written as a series of letters? Watch Pat talk about it:
|ZING! Seven Creativity Practices for Educators & Students|
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Cultivate your own creativity and the creative potential of all your students!
Inventive teaching is an art form that enriches lives and transforms teachers and students. This beautifully written guide offers seven powerful practices for personal creativity and professional inventiveness. For each practice, author Pat Mora proposes a symbol and presents parallel exercises for teachers and students. Evocatively written in the form of letters to teachers and librarians, this book:
Read Bookjoy Is the Work of Teachers, an article in the North Carolina State College of Education News in September, 2019.
It's hard to believe that in the summer of 2003, my husband Vern and I had the privilege of traveling to Umbria, Italy near Umbertide, and spending time working on our writing at Civitella. You can imagine how our jaws dropped when we arrived. Our shower was in one of the turrets! I describe our castle adventure in ZING, the manuscript I finished there. I also worked on some poems.