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The Non-Obvious Guide to Being More Creative
This book has won an award, been praised by New York Times bestselling author Daniel Pink, and will be onstage at SXSW 2020 with author Kathryn Haydon.
What Do Birds Say to the Moon?
Kathryn Haydon’s poetry has been described as “healing, with the surprise of grace.” Rooted in nature and joyful curiosity, she writes to uplift and inspire. This volume is her first chapbook and explores life and soul through nature’s lens.
Creativity for Everybody
How would it feel to discover that you have hidden superpowers?
What if you could harness your best thinking more often?
What if you could make work more meaningful?
Creativity for Everybody helps you see your creative thinking superpowers and use them to be more productive, innovative, and satisfied. This book is for you if you want an essential and profound overview of the science of creativity and how it can help you rock life, work, and family.
Creatividad para todos
Creatividad para todos is the Spanish version of Creativity for Everybody, translated by Nacho Arrizabalaga from Spain with poetry translations by Martha Chávez Negrete of Ecuador. Due to their inspired work, Spanish-speaking communities in the U.S. and abroad now have access to the simple yet profound principles and practices in the science of creativity.
Discovering and Developing Talents in Spanish-Speaking Students
Packed with strategies that teachers can use immediately to enhance instruction and assessment, this book shows how to:
Recognize students’ individual strengths; identify and develop the gifts of bilingualism and culture; create challenging learning experiences for every student in the class; adapt tools and strategies to meet each learner’s unique needs; connect with parents and the greater Spanish-speaking community.
Kathryn Haydon has written hundreds of pieces, including book chapters and articles in academic journals. The following is a sampling of her bibliography.