As reported over on Lincoln Center Institute’s (LCI’s) website, LCI’s Imagination Lesson Plans are now available for download on Curriki! You may recall that we announced our new partnership with Curriki, the leading online community for educators around the globe, at America’s Imagination Summit in July. This week marks the official launch of LCI’s Curriki group, which currently offers two sets of Imagination Lesson Plans for the use of K-12 teachers everywhere. More will be uploaded soon.
The Imagination Lesson Plans, built around outstanding works of art, are step-by-step representations of LCI’s imaginative learning methodology. Carefully designed for elementary, middle, and high school levels, they may be adapted to teachers’ specific needs and used for subjects other than the arts. They are aligned with the national Common Core Standards.
Through LCI’s alliance with Curriki, thousands of users worldwide—and their students—will have the chance to experience imaginative learning. We couldn’t be more excited.
I personally encourage all of you, especially educators, parents, and young people, to visit LCI’s Curriki group and check out our Imagination Lesson Plans. You can learn more about Curriki here. To join Curriki, which will enable you to become a member of LCI’s group and receive updates as we make additional lessons plan available, click here.