Tag Archives: creative learning

Creativity to Save the Human Race!

The doomsday story of the creation of a generation of robots who turn around and destroy the human race has been told many times, but, as I read recently, the lecturer and author Yuval Noah Harari fears a more numbing … Continue reading

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WHAT A PERFORMANCE!

This piece was originally commissioned by and published in “Teach Secondary” magazine: “It’s a curious dichotomy we live with when it comes to the notion of performance, I think. On the one hand it feels like every other young person you … Continue reading

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Dreaming The Digital Age

So lucky me! I’m still in the beautiful city of Riga, and am speaking at the International Education Forum, “Schools in the Digital Age” as part of ‘radi!2015’. Once again, I give here a list of links to the researches … Continue reading

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To be or to do?

When I entered full-time vocational dance training in 1979, it wasn’t the complex, wide ranging and thorough learning experience it is today – mostly we just danced – however we were occasionally asked to use brains without bodies. On one … Continue reading

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The value of Creative Practitioners?

Working with Artists and Creative Practitioners is a blog site that I have been working on for the last ten months, at first working on the purpose and design of it and then creating and uploading the content. This site … Continue reading

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