creative schools

Search Results for

Settlement and Sustainability | Creative Schools

The collaborative activities, warm ups and reflections resulted in a visible increase in empathy, perspective and cause and effect. Warm ups such as the ‘Human Knot’ and ‘Leaning Out’ helped them to understand that not all methods work.

Expose – Explore - Expand | Creative Schools

They focused on developing students collaborative & inquisitive habits of learning with workshop style sessions, to create a high functioning space.

An Elemental Adventure | Creative Schools

Collaborating & managing. -. Work independently, and collaboratively when required, to plan, develop and communicate ideas and information, using management processes. Humanities and Social Sciences. – HASS Skills (7-8).

Pets and Space | Creative Schools

We ended up with six pets that were made with students working collaboratively. The curriculum focus was space and our solar system, so the idea of pets was incorporated into the curriculum focus.

The Adventures of AquaFire | Creative Schools

Select, and apply, safe procedures when using components and equipment to make solutions, work independently, or collaboratively when required, to plan, develop and communicate ideas and information for solutions. Context.

Here Be Dragons! | Creative Schools

This term students were given the freedom to explore ways in which they wanted to represent information; working collaboratively to design and create models using a wide variety of materials. How did we make the Creative Habits of Learning come alive?

A Ghost In My Suitcase | Creative Schools

They have worked closely with each other to develop crucial interpersonal communication skills with their students and introduced the Five Habits of Learning framework with a specific focus on collaboration and self-discipline.

The 3 Degrees | Creative Schools

In our sessions we have focussed on three of the 5 Habits of Learning - collaborative, persistent and disciplined.

Governor Stirling Creative Schools Professional Learning Community | Creative Schools

We were stretched in unexpected ways, yet with collaborative learning at the core of our partnership, we were not only discovering new approaches together, we were modelling to students that learning in an uncertain, rapidly changing and complex world with

Family Time / Light and Sound | Creative Schools

Introducing mind maps and group work to increase collaboration skills; it was important to initially determine where that information stood in the mind of the student.