Duration: 3 hours
Audience: Primary and High School Teachers
In our Robot Birds workshops you will learn about encouraging creativity and awareness of the creative process in students. We’ll provide a snapshot of recent writing about creativity and show how these theories and ideas can be used in the classroom to engage and foster creative learners. Expect to work your way through a series of fun, innovative and practical activities that are easily transferred to the classroom. The workshop will also introduce a guide for observing creativity and suggestions for how this can be used to foster creativity in the classroom.
create fun, engaging model activities
be provided with an overview of recent research on creativity
be given a guide for observing and reflecting on creativity
be provided with suggestions for developing new creative writing activities.
NESA Outcomes - PROFICIENT
1.2.2 - Structure teaching programs using research and collegial advice about how students learn.
1.5.2 - Develop teaching activities that incorporate differentiated strategies to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities.