WHO

Adobe Education

WHEN

This event is repeated on | Monday 13 October – 8 am to 9am | Monday 20 October – 9 pm to 10pm | Monday 27 October – 11 am to 12 am - All events at AEDT

WHERE

https://seminars.adobeconnect.com/adobepd

Developing Creative Learners in K-12 Classrooms

Creativity is no longer an elective, it's the future. 

In a recent survey, 85% of people agreed that creative thinking is critical for problem solving in their career.* And with the challenges the world is facing today in our global economy, in our environment, and in social issues, the need for creative ideas has never been greater. Which is why we believe creativity must be a priority in education.

Today’s students want to make a difference in the world. And they want to do it their way, using the tools of the connected world they’ve grown up in. Our opportunity is to provide an engaging learning environment that supports learning on any device, any time, from any location. And our imperative is to foster creative thinking, collaboration, and the development of digital skills.

This webinar will share the strategies and tools used in our classroom to ensure students are given these opportunities to develop creative confidence to become innovative thinkers of the future.

Join our Australian Adobe Education Leaders as they showcase how to encourage creativity, digital skills and collaboration in K-12 Classrooms. 

How will you develop creativity? Join us for some inspiration.


Session Recording and Links

Links and resources used in this session can be found here


About the host

Pip Cleaves is a Senior Education Specialist at Design | Learn | Empower. She supports schools, universities, and corporations to develop online and face-to-face professional learning opportunities. She uses the skills she developed during rollout of large ICT Programs for NSWDEC in Australia to ensure the focus of all activities are to encourage learning through technology and the development of skills to support the 21st century work environment.

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