‘Creativity extends right across all age-ranges, all levels of competence, all teaching contexts and all geographical regions. And it applies equally to teachers as well as learners. Creativity is a universal, though its manifestations may be specific and local.’ – Alan Maley
Do teachers need to be creative? What stops us from being creative? How can we and our students become more creative?
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Watch this highly practical, interactive seminar to discover small changes that can make a big difference to creativity in the classroom. Two speaker sessions provide interesting activities and real-life examples to inspire creative teaching and learning. This is followed by a panel Q and A session with Alan Maley, Marisa Constantinides, Phuong Lee, Nik Peachey and Malu Sciamarelli.
Follow up activities
Download the publication for free: Creativity in the English language classroom
Watch related webinar recordings:
- Creating creative teachers - Marisa Canstantinides
- Creativity in the language classroom - Nik Peachey
See the artist illustrations by Damien Hazell in the attachments below.