What if... kids making kids smarter?

 Blind portraits from  Expeditionaries  October 2018, hosted by Fordham University’s Social Innovation Collaboratory. The portraits plus empathy interviews and strengths-based reflections allow learners the opportunity to recognize that their peers are “smart” in a lot of different ways.

Blind portraits from Expeditionaries October 2018, hosted by Fordham University’s Social Innovation Collaboratory. The portraits plus empathy interviews and strengths-based reflections allow learners the opportunity to recognize that their peers are “smart” in a lot of different ways.

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What if learning experiences enabled kids to make each other smarter—by design?

*Inspired by “ADHD, Creativity, and the Concept of Group Intelligence,” by Peter Gray, in Psychology Today.

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