Interesting idea - check out this blog post about how Disney is funding ways to help schools internationally enhance educational experiences, and bring a creative vein into the classroom:
Check out this article - it certainly seems to capture many elements of CRISPA, allowing students to engage in their learning experiences in imaginative and active ways.
"However silly or innocuous our pillaging dramatization might have been compared to a true Anglo-Saxon tribal experience, the imaginative act allowed students to experiment with the emotional intensity inherent in the text in a safe public environment."
These poems give insight into teachers and teaching through a less traditional manner; poetry. This imaginative and engaging medium may help one view education in a new light - check it out!
Interesting read - how might the concept of "unschooling" play out when thought of through the lens of CRISPA? How could parents make sure children still have a productive, enlivened educational experience outside of the traditional classroom framework? Just something to think about... http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/nature/Unschooling-The-Case-for-Setting-Your-Kids-Into-the-Wild.html
Check out this article on the four principles of student-centered learning. This concept can certainly help invigorate any classroom! http://www.teachthought.com/learning/4-principles-student-centered-learning/
Interesting article... how might one's perspective on educational aims shape their thoughts about this? http://dangerouslyirrelevant.org/2014/08/what-kind-of-learning-environments-do-high-poverty-minority-students-deserve.html
CRISPA is a space for educators to engage in a dialogue around the interconnectedness and creativity that can be involved in lesson planning.