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STIMULAREA RESURSELOR CREATIVE INTERNE ALE ŞCOLILOR EUROPENE PRIN MODELE FINLANDEZE DE EDUCAŢIE PENTRU CREATIVITATE
TEACHERS’ HANDBOOK 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.
The closing transnational project meeting The closing transnational project meeting The closing meeting of the project took place in Miercurea Ciuc (Romania) on 23 October 2019.
The main topic of the meeting: how can we bring our project results to as many teachers and other educational stakeholders as possible?
Jukka Sinnemäki: Wellbeing is a foundation for learning and success "There is no single solution for building new education: a combination of changes is needed that will reshape the operating culture as a whole. We need pioneers and missionaries, rule-breakers and designers of new rules. WE NEED YOU" Jukka Sinnemäki

Jukka Sinnemäki's presentation at the creativity conference in Miercurea Ciuc (Romania) on 24 October 2019. The presentation is in English (subtitled in Hungarian) except for the first, introductory part which is in an adorable :) Hungarian, subtitled in English. Enjoy watching, get inspired, get involved!

Pamela Burnard on Everyday Creativity Book Launch Pamela Burnard, professor of Arts, Creativities and Educations (University of Cambridge), recommending our Teachers' Handbook in a video message addressed to the Everyday Creativity Teachers' Handbook launch on 28 November at the University of Jyväskylä.

It is a tremendous honour to know that the scientist who so much inspired us, values our work! Thank you, Pamela Burnard for the inspiration and the recognition as well!