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BOOSTING THE INTERNAL CREATIVE RESOURCES OF EUROPEAN SCHOOLS WITH FINNISH MODELS OF EDUCATION FOR CREATIVITY
Self-assessment tool for teachers - ready for piloting Self-assessment tool for teachers - ready for piloting The partnership behind our project supports teachers to facilitate creativity with stronger self-confidence in their everyday teaching practice. For this purpose we created a self-assessment tool for teachers.

This assessment tool is based on the model described in Pamela Burnard’s book: Musical creativities in practice (Oxford University Press, 2012), and helps teachers reflect on three aspects of multiple educational creativities: modalities; pratice principles; forms of authorship.
"Everyday Creativity" blended training course for teachers started 25 teachers take part in the EVERYDAY CREATIVITY TEACHER TRAINING COURSE provided by the University of Jyväskylä through their Moodle platform.



Defining the teacher training content in the second transnational meeting Defining the teacher training content in the second transnational meeting


On the second partnership meeting that took place on 28-29 May 2018, in Perugia, Italy, the needs analysis results have been presented and largly discussed. The representative of the Finnish partner presented a draft for the teacher training curriculum.




1st newsletter 1st newsletter We invite you to visit the website of our project, which aims to increase the creativity and innovation in everyday school practices in schools in four European countries (Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands and Romania) by:

    - providing support and training to teachers to focus upon the processes of creative skills development, 
    - actively involving teachers and their learners in showcasing and boosting creative practices in their schools, 
    - identifying and promoting uptake of creativity boosting methods and measure, with an emphasis upon everyday school/classroom creative environments, 
    - providing teachers and learners with opportunities to develop their own creativity and engage them in reflection upon their own pedagogy and learning strategies.