- Action research (6 posts)
- Artist CPD (11 posts)
- Barriers to participation (2 posts)
- Change management (8 posts)
- Co-construction (3 posts)
- Community cohesion (12 posts)
- Creative curriculum development (13 posts)
- Creative teaching and learning (28 posts)
- Cross-curricular working (21 posts)
- Developing school ethos (6 posts)
- Disability awareness (4 posts)
- Diversity (3 posts)
- Exchanges and trips (4 posts)
- Experiential learning (6 posts)
- Extracurricular work (3 posts)
- Learning outcomes for artists (23 posts)
- Learning outcomes for teachers (27 posts)
- Learning outcomes for young people (37 posts)
- Learning styles (13 posts)
- Mentoring (2 posts)
- Outdoor learning environment (1 post)
- Parent engagement (4 posts)
- Participation and engagement (29 posts)
- Partnerships (37 posts)
- Role of the practitioner (32 posts)
- School networks (2 posts)
- Teacher CPD (17 posts)
- Whole school working (13 posts)
- Young people in decision making role (9 posts)
- Youth leadership (5 posts)
- Youth voice (16 posts)
A Personal Journey through Preferred Learning StylesAn essay written by a creative practitioner who undertook action research into students' preferred learning styles and creativity.
Art for Whose Sake?A set of essays on Live Art exploring the learning possibilities and partnership opportunities for artists and schools.
Associate Schools Programme 2005/6An essay describing a school CPD programme developed with creative practitioners Eastside Educational Trust.
Creative Partnerships Mentoring ProgrammeAn evaluation of the learning outcomes from a cross-sector arts and education mentoring programme.
Exploring the Impact of Creative Learning on Artists and PractitionersA publication exploring the learning outcomes for creative practitioners participating in Creative Partnerships work.
INSETA set of case studies detailing five schools that integrated creative ways of working into staff professional development.
Lessons from AmericaA film documenting a research trip to America for four teachers, who observed new creative teaching styles.
Space to Reflect: Creative Leadership and the Science of LearningA report analysing a leadership programme for education and arts professionals, created with Canterbury Christchurch University.
Staff Development and LearningAn essay that describes three creative projects that supported staff development and increased the quality of teaching in schools.
When the Eyes Meet the Ears and HandsAn essay detailing the learning journey of an artist who undertook action research into students' preferred learning styles.