Creative Education… why is it transforming childrens’ lives?
Some American educators refer to creative education as a childrens’ rights issue. In Australia, we haven’t really spoken of such a thing.
However, experts across the fields of education, industry, environment, economy, and society are calling loudly for more creativity. Why are they doing that? Many children are yearning to be a part of the experts’ problem-solving, collaborative, well-being picture. They are tenacious, idealistic, frustrated, hands-on…
Our seminar and workshop will expore these, and many other questions:
- what is creative education?
- how do creative education and academic education differ?
- why the need for creative education?… a literature review
- what is creativity?… it’s purpose, functions and gifts
- what are the principles and practices of creative education?
- who is offering creative education?
- what are the learning outcomes of creative education?
- how is creative education integrated with academic education?
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Details: Suitable for primary, secondary and early childhood educators, coordinators and principals, and parents. Receive a certificate of completion for 5 hours of professional development. Registered teachers can reference the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
Dates: Thursday 16th August, 9.30am – 2.30pm, or Tuesday 11th September, 9.30am – 2.30pm, or Thursday 18th October, 9.30am – 2.30pm.
Cost: $189 for educators, or $59 for parents, with vegetarian lunch included with gluten-free and dairy-free options.