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Categories: Education and Teacher Training, Postgraduate
Being a performing arts teacher plays a significant role in helping young people develop their creative skills for the workplace. Whether they move into an arts career or something entirely different, knowing how to improve creativity is a valuable trait to have.
If you want to inspire creative teaching and thinking in the classroom, a nurturing environment is key. Our PGCE in Education 14+ (Art, Creative Practice and Performance) course covers all the essential pedagogy strategies to enable visual thinking in students and provides you with a nationally recognised master’s level qualification.
Our creative teaching courses aim to help you inspire and motivate others, delving deeper into best approach and practice. Here are some of the methods we encourage on how to improve creativity.
1. Giving students enough time to reflect
Having enough time to think and conceptualise is important if you want your students to progress. Creativity is a process, and thoughts and ideas need time to develop. Always revisit concepts to see how your students may have evolved.
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