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The unspoken power of collage

‘Collages manage to satisfy all of my madness. I’m able to make these obsessive things but then I’m also able to make these very strong statements… in my mind they have a very strong...

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  • Suzanne Culshaw

Blog post12 Feb 2018


The Creativity in Education SIG are pleased to announce their support for the BIBAC 2016 2nd International Conference on ‘Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures’ to be held 30 July...

Past event30 Jul 2016

Metaphorically speaking…

I’m currently reviewing some guidance as to how to make lecturing notes/teaching materials as accessible as possible. It is, of course, important to be as accessible to all as possible, but I am...

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  • Alke Gröppel-Wegener

Blog post20 Jun 2016

Rhetoric in Vocationalism

The BERA SIG: Post-Compulsory Education and Lifelong Learning has held a number of runs of events in the last year or two and I’ve enjoyed being able to make a small number of the London ones....

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  • Tara Furlong

Blog post14 Sep 2015

Creativity in the Primary Curriculum

 Registration online is now closed. However if you would still like to attend this event please email by ASPE, this one day seminar is the third in the ASPE...

Past event19 Jun 2015

UKLA BERA 2015 Research Symposium

This fifth annual research symposium is collaboratively organised by UKLA and BERA Target audience: Researchers, policy makers, teacher educators, teachers and teaching assistants working with...

Past event5 Mar 2015

Anna Craft Memorial Lecture

Educating for Creativity: From what is to what might be Delivered by Professor Sir Ken Robinson PhD Policy statements on education reform routinely mention the importance of developing...

Past event5 Mar 2015

Creativities in Education

This SIG offers a space for researchers, policy makers and practitioners located in a wide variety of settings, to discuss and interact on matters of interest pertinent to creativity in education....

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