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eT@lking: Three Models of Creativity for Education in 45 mins

July 13, 2012

When: Wednesday, July 18th, 8-9pm, Melbourne, Australia time (gmt+10

About this session:  Participants will look at 3 Models of the creative process that could be used to guide pedagogical development. These are Graham Wallas’ and Arthur Cropely’s Stages Model, as well as touching on the The Creative Problem Solving Mode.l As each model is discussed, questions will be raised on how ICT can be used to support the implementation of creativity within the participant’s learning environment. Using live Google documents participants will be given the opportunity to add their ideas and ICT tools that lead to the idea of fostering creative learning environments.

Our presenter: Andrew Williamson (@willie42) is a general classroom, music and ICT primary school educator  who is investigating the use of creativity in education. Andrew is based in Melbourne, Australia and is co-organiser of the successful Meeting of the Minds unconference in February 2012. #MOTM12 and the upcoming #MOTM13. Andrew is also a google academy trained teacher.

Please join us and ensure that creativity remains within learning and beyond into the workforce, especially with the power that technology can provide. Here is the link to the recording

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