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- “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
Through links with arts organisations, colleges, voluntary organisations and potential employers, young people at risk of entering the More Choices More Chances category, developed core and employability skills...
Paul Collard - Creativity, Culture and Education
This key event of the Emporium of Dangerous Ideas, June 2014, highlighted creative approaches to curriculum delivery and enterprising approaches to learning and teaching...
Creative Industries Federation
Sir John Jones, Scottish Learning Festival 2011
The finale of the Emporium of Dangerous Ideas was held on June 19th inside one of the iconic Kelpies...
- “The high-skilled minority (characterised by their creativity, analytical and problem solving capabilities and communication skills) will have strong bargaining power in the labour market, whilst the low-skilled will bear the brunt of the drive for flexibility and cost reduction...”
The Future of Work: Jobs and Skills in 2030 (UKCES)
The Arts Across Learning Festival offers FREE opportunities for pupils to learn in, through and about the arts, with each storyteller, creative artist and theatre company providing a rich context for learning...
Steven Bathiche, Dir. of Research, Applied Sciences Group, Microsoft
- “I want us all to think about new and creative ways to … encourage young people to create and build and invent — to be makers of things, not just consumers of things...”
Barack Obama, U.S. President