Where do new ideas come from? How can teachers and parents inspire creative thinking?

Creative thinking - Sydney Rudolf Steiner College

College tutor, Fiona Campbell will be presenting a thought provoking lecture titled ‘Where Do New Ideas Come From? Becoming a Creative Thinker.’

This presentation explores how the way we think influences our ability to be creative. It takes a new look at the role the Higher Order Thinking Skills play in learning and teaching development and suggests practice-based strategies and exercises for developing these skills, based on Steiner indications and Goethean Inquiry.

Suitable for teachers, parents and anyone interested in creative learning and development.

Visual artist, interdisciplinary researcher and learning experience designer. Fiona has 20 year’s experience teaching anthroposophical studies and visual arts at Sydney Rudolf Steiner College. She has recently returned to Sydney from England and Canberra where she has been offering workshops on developing creativity skills.

Cost: $10 via www.trybooking.com/BFMAZ

Venue: Glenaeon School, Castlecrag

Fiona Campbell, PhD (UTS), MA (UTS), BA Hons (Macq), Dip. Waldorf Ed. (Emerson College)

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