Teaching Tomorrow: Creative Approaches by Today’s Trainees

Vicky Duckworth, Sabeen Hussain, Steve Ingle, Terry Morley

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Abstract

Albert Einstein once said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." Thus it is, through our imagination which transcends our knowledge, that the creative process begins. This book captures the core of creativity in the contemporary teaching and learning domain. By acknowledging the wide range of subjects taught in the Primary, Secondary and PCET Education Sectors, readers are provided with the opportunity to explore the rich variety of creative and innovative approaches which can be applied to the teaching of ordinary and mundane aspects of any discipline. This book acts as a foundation upon which originality can be nourished, by revealing how today’s imagination, knowledge and skills can be combined in order to enhance the teaching and learning practices for tomorrow’s educational experience.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWarrington
PublisherGatehouse Book
Number of pages150
ISBN (Print)9781842310809
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2011

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Duckworth, V., Hussain, S., Ingle, S., & Morley, T. (2011). Teaching Tomorrow: Creative Approaches by Today’s Trainees. Warrington: Gatehouse Book.
Duckworth, Vicky ; Hussain, Sabeen ; Ingle, Steve ; Morley, Terry. / Teaching Tomorrow: Creative Approaches by Today’s Trainees. Warrington : Gatehouse Book, 2011. 150 p.
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