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Global Perspectives - Igniting a spark: Creativity in higher education (Members only)

Venue
Online event
County / Region
United Kingdom
Position on the Pathway
All categories
Fellowship Category
All Fellowship Categories
Event Type
Webinars
Focus
Teaching and Learning
Start Date
End Date
Duration
1 hour
Institution Type
Higher Education and Further Education
Price From
Included in Advance HE Membership

COVID-19 update

This online event is still currently planned to take place on the date shown however we are continually monitoring the situation in light of the current global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. We will up-date this page if there are any changes. See our COVID-19 updates page for the latest information on our services.

Overview

As part of our enhanced range of member benefits for the 2019/20 academic year, we are running a series of webinars which cover the themes of ‘facing the future’ and ‘global perspectives’, and will focus on creating and sharing new knowledge as well as an opportunity to engage in discussion with colleagues from Advance HE member institutions globally.

The fourth webinar of the Global Perspectives Series is entitled ‘Igniting a spark - creativity in higher education’ .The objective is to provide thought-provoking, forward-looking ideas and to stimulate discussion on the importance of creativity in HE.  Experiences and speakers will be from across globe.

All those joining the webinar will be invited to take part in the discussion.

Content

What if? Being creative in higher education

This webinar aims to discuss with colleagues across the sector the current state of creative learning and teaching in higher education and ignite ideas and experimentation that have the potential to boost creative expression and make learning stimulating and relevant especially in these challenging times.

Our creative advocates panel consisting of Gillian JudsonJesse Stommel and Chrissi Nerantzi will lead an interactive webinar and discussion around:

  • What if creativity and imagination were at the heart of higher education?
  • How do we address the tensions between creativity and assessment and evaluation?
  • In what way is creativity relevant to different disciplines and areas?
  • How is it possible for everyone to teach creatively?​
  • What type of learning spaces foster creativity?