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Creative partnerships in practice
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Creative partnerships in practice: developing creative learners

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781441109224

Publication Date: 26 Sep 2013

Subject: Education

Suitable for: Primary

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#Since the Creative Partnerships programme began in 2002, it has helped almost 5,000 schools, 90,000 teachers and over 1 million young people to embrace creative learning. Those involved have seen notable improvements in achievement and in measurable aspects of personal development, such as attendance.

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#Since the Creative Partnerships programme began in 2002, it has helped almost 5,000 schools, 90,000 teachers and over 1 million young people to embrace creative learning. Those involved have seen notable improvements in achievement and in measurable aspects of personal development, such as attendance.

Written by a member of the senior team charged with delivering the largest schools-based creative learning intervention ever seen, this book explains how to embed the key principles underpinning the Creative Partnerships programme within your school.

Drawing on the extensive archive of case studies - from primary schools to PRUs -and the experiences of key Creative Partnerships individuals, this book offers compelling accounts of effect and impact, rooting abstract principles in everyday examples of classroom-based work. The companion website for the book also includes links to videos of the case studies mentioned in the book, as well as further guidance and research that backs up the author's claims that creative practice can impact upon the work of teachers and the learning of young people in powerful and long-lasting ways.

Contents

Foreword Introduction: CreativePartnerships - The
Largest Schools-Based Creative Learning Intervention Ever Seen 1. Creative Planning and Evaluating - Change Processes or Arts
Projects? 2. Creative Approaches to Systemic Change in Schools? 3. Creative
School Ethos 4. Creative Learning - Pupil Impact 5. Creative Professional
Development for Teachers 6. Creative Artists and Their Practice - Do They
Really Add Value? 7. Creativity in Schools and Parental Involvement 8.
Creative Assessment and Progression - How Do We Know if Our Children Are
Becoming More Creative? Afterword: Creative Partnerships - The Future
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Category
JNF
Subject
Education
Dewey
370.1180942
Publisher
Pub. date
26 Sep 2013
Edition
Import
ISBN
9781441109224
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
208
Width
170mm
Height
240mm
VAT-able amount
0%
Product dimensions
A3
A4

170mm x 240mm

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