Cultivating Creativity in Education
The course is for teachers and trainers in senior schools, VET and HE in a wide variety of subjects including STEM & IT, entrepreneurship, languages and startups.
It is in an exploitation of the VISConti project in which partners identified assessment criteria for the assessment of students' projects from technical, economic and creativity points of view. The training is also apt for professionals and Adult Education providers that are open to innovative professional development. VISConti was an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership for VET under the leadership of the Norges Teknik-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet of Norway that has then gone further to form a larger Community of Practice in the new UPPScience project. Schools taking up this option join the network and open doors to new cooperation opportunities beyond this training.
A statement that inspires VISConti is that Creativity cannot be taught but it can be fostered, encouraged or tapped.
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Cultivate Creativity training is held in Italy, Portugal, France and in Malta hosted by partners in the network of VISConti project making the training also a networking opportunity with other schools and stakeholders in education.
Are you aware that your school or organisation can receive financial support for training and mobility under the Erasmus+ programme ? A number schools and organisations have benefitted from funding and they have taken part in training with us in Barcelona, Malta, Tuscany and Rome. Our team offers support with the application process in order that your school may benefit from such funding bringing the most needed results for the organisation and its members of staff. For more information contact us at email@example.com
Preparation before the course
The participants will be invited to participate in an online forum of the VISConti network of partners in which they will become conversant with the philosophy of VISConti including:
The participants will use this preparation to create a profile and share it with the other participants following questions that will prod them in the right direction towards understanding one's own strengths, experience and expertise, personal aptitudes.
Objectives of the course
- Introducing new methods in project based learning that pushes boundaries in creativity of teachers and students.
- Starting new methods of validation methods of in project work and peer review.
- Bringing the research culture into the classroom.
- Fostering new responsibility and autonomy for the student through the use of technology in education.
- Introducing students, educators and professinals to the concept of a Community of Practice into education.
The Methodology will therefore ensure that the course gives foundation input, exposure to taking ownership of the concept and practice in the devise of tools for that purpose.
Follow up to the course
The participants will become part of the VISConti community during the preparation of the course and will be the pioneers of the new avenue that VISConti will follow into orienting its work further towards upping professional profiles. They will carry out at least one small dissemination / sharing activity with their peers at school or their place of work and share the results. The participants will be enticed to take part in future forums of the VISConti network also becoming active members in the Community of Practice set up by the VISConti project.
Given that the VISConti project and the Community of Practice it has generated has continued its work in the new UPPScience project the participants will also become part of this larger CoP of the new project.
Programme of Activities
Are you aware that your school or organisation can receive financial support for training and mobility under the Erasmus+ programme ? A number schools and organisations have benefitted from funding and they have taken part in training with us in Barcelona, Valletta, Citta della Pieve and Rome. Our team offers support with the application process in order that your school may benefit from such funding bringing the most needed results for the organisation and its members of staff. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org