Tools To Boost Your Creativity

You participate in various courses and events where they teach you principles of project based learning, inclusiveness, flipped classes and etc. As an unwritten rule, you are always left on your own to “find best way for yourself and your class” to implement material you have just learnt. Surprisingly, Your creativity is on vacation and no one knows when it comes back.

Would you like to overcome your mental blocks? To have few methods and activities to boost your creativity? To foster ideas and solutions to current challenges? Would you like to see yourself teaching creativity yourself? “Tools To Boost Your Creativity” is just about that?

This training course is designed exceptionally for educators and teachers. Its methodology includes innovative formal and non-formal education methods, visual presentations, group and individual work, discussions, simulations, case studies, role-playing, reflection sessions and experiential learning by practicing acquired knowledge.

This training course was design specifically to improve participants creative thinking skills, foster imagination, teach new brainstorming, problem solving methods, share experiences and ideas. Acquired knowledge is useful and can be implemented in business, work and even in every-day life. Participants will not only understand theoretical mechanics of creativity processes, but also practice methods and techniques during the program.

Participants will be awarded with the certificate and attachment proving their participation, gained competences, program modules, length and accreditation.

If partners involved, participants will receive additional certificates accordingly.

Length of the course: 1 week, Monday – Saturday;

 Zaragoza / Alghero / Rome / Sofia / Rijeka / Kaunas / London

  • Set Dates 2019: 7 – 12 January; 4 – 9 February; 4 – 9 March; 18 – 23 March; 1 – 6 April; 15 – 20 April; 6 – 11 May; 20 – 25 May; 3 – 8 June; 17 – 22 June; 1 – 6 July; 15 – 20 July; 5 – 10 August; 19 – 24 August; 2 – 7 September; 16 – 21 September; 7 – 12 October; 21 – 26 October; 4 – 9 November; 18 – 23 November; 2 – 7 December; 
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