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Animals in the Classroom? | Creative Schools

THE CLASSROOM? Case Study: Term 3. School: Mosman Park Primary School. Teacher: Marlena Smallbone. Year Group: 4. Creative Practitioner: Scott Galbraith. Creative Practice: Dancer. Main Curriculum Focus. : Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS). HASS Skills

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Cubbies Through Time | Creative Schools

Case Study: Term 3. School: St Mary’s Anglican Girls' School. Teacher: Deborah Scanlon. Year Group: Year 1. Creative Practitioner: Trudi Bennett. Creative Practice: Nature Connection. Main Curriculum Focus: HASS - History. Cross-curricular Links

3D Globe Map: Challenging Students to Apply Creative Habits of Learning | Creative Schools

demonstrate their understanding in maths, technologies, HASS and science, whilst continually applying the Creative Habits of Learning. CREATIVE SCHOOLS. Across Terms 3 and 4 of 2020, Wembley Primary School teacher Leila Sugden and children’s science writer

The Journey of the Creative and the School Curriculum | Creative Schools

The sessions needed to consist of the Five Creative Habits of Learning (discipline, imagination, persistence, collaboration and inquisitiveness) and a curriculum focus, which in this case was Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS), all other aspects were up

Design with Purpose | Creative Schools

Case Study: Term 3. School: Donnybrook District High School. Teacher: Neil Robertson. Year Group: 10. Creative Practitioner: Andrew Frazer. Creative Practice: Visual Artist and Arts Management. Main Curriculum Focus. : Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS

Many Worlds | Creative Schools

Term 3. School: Spearwood Alternative School. Teacher: Alison Caeiro. Year Group: 3/4. Creative Practitioner: Stephanie Reisch. Creative Practice: Visual Artist. Main Curriculum Area: Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) with a Drama focus – Identify current

Home Life | Creative Schools

Social Sciences (HASS). Health and Physical Education. – Movement and physical activity, locomotor skills. Learning through movement, cooperation skills in partner and group work. Alternative ways in which tasks can be performed when solving movement

Noticing Glendale | Creative Schools

Study: Term 3. School: Glendale Primary School. Teacher: Jude McIntyre. Year Group: 3/4. Creative Practitioner: Shona McGregor. Creative Practice: Visual Arts. Main Curriculum Focus. : Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) - History (communities). Cross

Bungana Bravery Project | Creative Schools

and Social Sciences (HASS) and General Capabilities: Creative and Critical Thinking. CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP. Roles, Responsibilities and Participation. The key values that underpin Australia's democracy, including freedom, equality, fairness and justice