promote creativity among their pupils, teachers need to unpick their preconceptions about what it means to be creative as part of the professional learning process. Bad science in movies as an introduction is always good. This doesn't happen, however, at home, on digital platforms or out with their friends where they are often highly creative. It's been interesting to watch this approach percolate through the primary school, where play is now often used productively with older children. Teresa Cremin, professor of education at the.
Creative Learning in the Classroom
Through the, high Scope approach we have a strategy called soul: Silence Observe Understanding Listen. Many countries include it dramatic Literature as a core aim for their students in national curricula and even countries such as Singapore that come top of world education league tables are recognising the need for more of it in their schools. Our strategy is simple: put technology in the hands of students. Abstract concepts, made fun, another science co-ordinator at a South Gloucestershire primary school used stop-frame animation with plasticine models (like the Wallace and Gromit films) to help children understand forces in real-life situations. Such teaching for creativity is no laissez-faire, easy option it requires careful preparation.