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Online Teach Meets Series

Join our Teaching for Creativity TeachMeet series, offering educators who are passionate about teaching for creativity a safe and inspiring space to share their personal experiences, ideas and pedagogies with like-minded individuals from across the country.The content of sessions are informed by the Creativity Collaboratives peer learning network to share research and best practice for teaching for creativity, by teachers and for teachers. Sign up to our next session taking place 17 April at 4pm.

The first session is going to be hosted by Bill Lucas and will feature guest speaker Emily Reid from St Bernards RC Primary School. They will be discussing how to engage Leaders to make schools places for creativity to flourish.

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Creativity Collaboratives

Creativity Collaboratives is a national cohort of schools that will test a range of innovative practices in teaching for creativity.

Working alongside existing school structures, teachers and educators will co-develop creative strategy and pedagogy, test out approaches to teaching and learning, and evaluate their impact on pupils, schools and communities.

We'll be sharing each Collaboratives' journey on the Exchange alongside various CPD opportunities you can get involved in.

Find out more about Creativity Collaboratives

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