What is your biggest question about Genius Hour?

I remember thinking about doing Genius Hour (or as I called it a 20% time project) in my class for the first time.

It was a bit scary. It was a bit risky. And I had a TON of questions!

Since then, I’ve run Genius Hour in my own class, and helped run it in K-12 classrooms in my school district and around the country. And guess what, I still have a lot of questions, but I also have lots of stories and experience on answering those questions for any grade level or subject.

I am hosting a FREE Webinar on Monday, August 7th at 9pm EST¨Getting Started With Genius Hour: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Structuring Genius Hour (and my 5 Best Strategies for Empowering Students)¨

Grab Your Spot Here!

I want to answer your biggest question about genius hour. I want to know what your biggest fear is, what you’ve struggled with in the past with genius hour, and what might be holding you back from taking the leap and starting with genius hour.

Just comment on this post with your genius hour question and I’ll answer it on Monday’s webinar! I’m serious, ask me anything. Looking forward to chatting with you all on Monday.

Thanks for asking!

Join 76,000 other learners (and teachers)

And get new posts every week by email.

Powered by ConvertKit

Join the discussion One Comment

  • Megan says:

    How do I get my staff on board with genius hour without it being another huge preparation time commitment? There won’t be buy-in if it is considered “just one more thing to do.”

Leave a Reply