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Teaching Creativity

Continuing professional development for Teachers and Creative Educators. FREE for Trainee Teachers

  • Starts 4 Sept
  • 318 British pounds
  • fountain arts

Available spots

Service Description

fountain arts is delighted to offer this 1 day of continuing professional development for teachers and creative educators. The development day will inspire your learners to open their own doors and take a seat at the table of a creative industrial revolution. Working with Artist, Educator & TEDx speaker Michael Burkitt, we will explore his Code for Creativity, a toolkit for teachers and learners to maximise their creative learning sessions and assessment. Michael will take you through a range of resources, activities and assessment criteria that will create an infrastructure for creativity. The ideas, thinking and activities from the day will be collated into a digital resource for teachers to implement and support each other with delivery in 2023/24. Who should attend? Ideal for those who teach creative arts qualifications at the following levels: • GCSE • A Level • UAL Awarding Body (Levels 1-4) • BTEC • Foundation Art & Design • Arts Award About the trainer: Michael has been an Artist and Educator for 17 years and is the Founder & Director of fountain arts CIC. Having established the Foundation Diploma in Art, Design and Media at John Leggott College, Michael moved on to teach in inner city London at Lambeth College, before migrating to Brazil to lead the first ever Foundation Diploma in Art & Design in Latin America at Escola Britânica de Artes Criativas (EBAC). Michael returned from Brazil to work for His Majesty King Charles III at The Royal Drawing School in Shoreditch. Here, Michael was a Child Safeguarding Lead and trained a large cohort of artists to deliver exciting drawing workshops for Young Artists at The National Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery and Ashmolean. Michael has lectured in Art & Design, working across a range of disciplines at Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4 in Further and Higher Education. He has four years experience in Programme Management and is a trained Arts Award Advisor. Venue: We are opposite the Vue cinema and next to the bus station. fountain arts, Jubilee Way, Scunthorpe, DN15 6RB Accessible fountain arts is an accessible space, with an accessible WC. Parking Our nearest car park is The Parishes Multi-Storey Car Park. The first two hours is free and there is no charge after 2pm. Please consider carpooling with colleagues if driving. Train fountain arts is an 11 minute walk from Scunthorpe Train Station. Bus We are next to Scunthorpe bus station. Need an invoice?

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  • Jubilee Way, Scunthorpe, UK

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