This is not just about how more young people in education participate in the arts, but about how the arts participate in the education of all young people. In schools this is mirrored in the rise of ‘student agency’, where students become active contributors to their processes of learning, rather than passive receptacles for knowledge. Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.
For primary teachers this is a tried and trusted method, but was completely new to the senior school staff. How are you helping students to develop ‘soft skills’ such as creativity and problem solving? We invite you to join us in our current efforts, or otherwise propose an idea for collaboration: 1.6 billion works and counting. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Unfortunately, a great amount of this was in the US, and dedicated to their ‘gifted and talented’ programs. Welcome to Manchester Cultural Education Partnership, a collaboration between arts, education and youth organisations across the city. In order for students to be upskilled in Creative Education, it was important to first train the teachers. These skills enable students to be agile and adaptive in a changing world. Jonathan Poritz Records All CC Certificate Content As Openly Licensed Audio! Dr Tim Patston is the Coordinator of Creativity and Innovation at Geelong Grammar in Victoria. We’re Happy to Introduce Our Newest CC Chapter: CC Austria!
Welcome to Manchester Cultural Education Partnership, a collaboration between arts, education and youth organisations across the city.
The result has been the development and implementation of a new model, the RISE Approach to Creative Education.
We are using a blended learning approach, combining online study with meetings in small and large groups, within and across faculties to discuss the concepts and how they will be applied. The Open Education program at Creative Commons works to minimize barriers to effective education, supporting the CC mission through education, training, advocacy and outreach on using open licenses and open policies to maximize the benefits of open education (content, practices and policy). In doing so, it was essential to show that the medium is the message in teaching.
", Alistair Hudson, Director of the Whitworth and Manchester Art Gallery. These trials are using a method devised at Geelong Grammar School, Pop Up Pedagogy. This type of mixed grouping has been shown to generate fruitful discussion and new ideas.
If you are a teacher, cultural organisation, or creative and would like to become part of the network, send us an email. Teachers try one new idea in one class for one month.
It is becoming increasingly clear, from both research and industry, that two key skills will be needed in order to flourish in the future – relationships and creative thinking.