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Everything Is creative is an online digital poster/meme/infographic making tool that offers educators the capacity to do the following: • Build creativity infographics that relate creativity skills directly to their own practice, learners, subjects and themes...
The Graphic Equaliser was created by Education Scotland as an interactive tool for educators to explore and assess how creative the learning experience and teaching is...
The Element, 2009 by Ken Robinson
- “I believe Scotland stands on the threshold of becoming a world leader in creativity, if, and only if, the education sector embraces the challenge of creativity across the curriculum to realize the Curriculum for Excellence...”
Eric Booth, international creative learning consultant and author of The Everyday Work of Art
A collection of posters on Flickr submitted to a contest: come up with something creative or witty that visualises the question 'What is Graphic Design...
Paul Gillon, Publicity and Media, SNJO
Presentation with the activities to accompany the worksheets used at the National Creative Learning Network annual event: Are We Offering a Creative Curriculum...
AVailable as a Powerpoint slide this worksheet is adaptable to your own purposes, but had been created to allow diverse agendas and teams to collaborate on a 'dream project' using the Imagine If...
- “Creativity is important in learning/teaching as it can help 'digest' information and experience, and help one assimilate their new knowledge...”
Pum Dunbar, artist in residence at Project Ability
Carole Williams, National Drama Advisor, Scottish Community Drama Association
Gaelic translation of the Creativity Skills poster...
Emily Munro, Head of Learning, Glasgow Film Theatre
Professor George G. Youngson, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital
- “From the moment we're born we're trying to make sense of the chaos and other people's attempts to order it for us...”
Simon Sharkey, Associate Director, National Theatre of Scotland
United Nations Creative Economy Report 2013 - Special Edition
Ken Edwards, Quality Improvement Officer, Angus Council
- “Encouraging young people and children to be as creative as possible is the greatest gift a tutor or teacher can offer...”
Keith Beattie, Education Officer, Scottish Music Centre