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Teachers' Handbook in Brussels Our newly published creative teacher's resource will be introduced in Brussels at an event organised by the European Commission, called Supporting Key Competence Development: Learning approaches and environments in school education by the University of Jyväskylä's Innovative Learning Environments Research Group.
Creativity-Pitch in Szeged, Hungary A succesful multiplier event has been organised in Szeged, Hungary. More than 40 teachers participated and some of them presented their creative good practices using pitch presentation.
TEACHERS’ HANDBOOK Great creative ideas come out from cooperation, sharing experiences and exchanging ideas. The blended in-service teacher training that took place within the Everyday creativity project benefited from such fruitful cooperation and exchange of ideas of 20 teachers from Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands and Romania. The course and its results have been published in this Teachers’ handbook, illustrated with photos taken during the school visits that the participants attended during their on-site training sessions in Jyväskylä, Finland.
What makes a good teacher?, interview with Jukka Sinnemäki What makes a good school and a good teacher? You can find out by reading the whole interview with Jukka Sinnemäki.
TV report on Creativity fair and conference in Miercurea Ciuc, RO Watch the TV report on the Creativity fair and conference, organised in Miercurea Ciuc, Romania on 24 October 2019.
Report on Creativity fair and conference in a local newspaper A very detailed report has been published in a local newspaper Hargita Népe, right after the Creativity fair and conference, organised in Miercurea Ciuc, Romania.
Multiplier event in Leeuwarden The teachers from Leeuwarden, The Netherlands were able to learn about the Everyday Creativity project and its results by visiting our Everyday Creativity event. At the beginning of the event, they were introduced to the project and to the project outcomes available, with the focus on the Creativity Handbook for teachers. Afterwards, the teachers got to experience one activity from this Handbook, The Da Vinci Bridge. This is a very practical, easily transferable (into own classroom), activity, which stimulates creative thinking. At the end, the teachers got the opportunity to network, but also to exchange own practices with their colleagues regarding creative and innovative teaching.