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Creativity Summit 2018 Initial Teacher Education Communique (5.0 MB)

The Creativity Summit 2018: Initial Teacher Education brought together over 250 participant-discussants to provide a forum for information, discussion and debate with regard to creative teaching practices in Initial Teacher Education.

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2018 Creativity Summit Photos (125.5 KB)

Check out the photos from our 2018 Creativity Summit Initial Teacher Education

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2018 Creativity Summit Wrap up Video (421.1 MB)

Watch the highlights from our 2018 Creativity Summit at the Pullman Hotel, Brisbane.

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2018 Creativity Summit Timelapse Video (292.0 MB)

On June 12, 2018, over 200 delegates came together for the QLD Creativity Summit: Initial Teacher Education. Dr Sue Pillans, marine scientist, artist and writer, graphically recorded the day's discussions, concepts and ideas.

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Creativity Summit Keynote - Associate Professor Anne Harris (1.7 GB)

Associate Professor Anne M Harris, Principal Research Fellow (Research Associate Professor) in the School of Education and the Design and Creative Practice ECP, RMIT

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Creativity Summit Keynote - Jan Owen AM (431.0 MB)

Jan Owen, CEO, Foundation Youth Australia "Why is Creativity Important to the New Work Order?"

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Creativity Summit Keynote - Pamela Burnard (101.4 MB)

Pamela Burnard, Bye-Fellow, Manager of Education Doctorate, University of Cambridge (Via video conference from UK) "Teaching Creatively and Teaching FOR Creativity"

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Creativity Summit Q&A Panel 1 - Teaching FOR Creativity (602.2 MB)

Teaching FOR creativity: approaches designed to develop and enhance learners’ own creative thinking processes

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Creativity Summit Q&A Panel 2 - Teaching Creatively (245.6 MB)

Teaching creatively: using novel and inventive approaches to make learning more engaging, interesting and effective.

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Creativity Summit Q&A Panel - What next thinking (442.5 MB)

“What next thinking - How you imagine creativity in schools”

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Creativity Summit Case Study: Adrianne Jones (134.7 MB)

Adrianne Jones, Yeronga State High School "The Y-Connect Project"

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Creativity Summit Case Study: Dana Holden (122.6 MB)

Dana Holden, Kedron State High School – “Creativity in Curriculum Design - STEAM”

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Creativity Summit Case Study: Darren Reackermann (170.1 MB)

Darren Reackermann, Deputy Head of Senior Learning Community, Hillcrest Christian College “Years 5-7 Learn2STEAM project”

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Creativity Summit Case Study: Deb Cox (219.5 MB)

Deb Cox, Principal, Nundah State School “Emotional and Affective Learning”

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Creativity Summit Case Study: Gabrielle Kempton (173.9 MB)

Gabrielle Kempton, Head of Learning (Creativity). St Paul’s School “Embedding creativity into teaching planning and learning”

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Creativity Summit Case Study: Justin Giblett (90.3 MB)

Justin Giblett, Director, The Kutta Mulla Gorinna Program

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2017 Health and Physical Education Initial Teacher Education Summit Communique (3.6 MB)

Reflecting the broad range of subject matter that makes up the HPE learning area, the summit attracted a diverse group of delegates from across the health, sport and education sectors. Among those present were ITE students, HPE teachers and HPE teacher educators, as well as representatives of state and national sporting organisations, relevant health agencies and education authorities like the Queensland College of Teachers and the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority.

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2016 Digital Technologies Initial Teacher Education Summit Communique (1.5 MB)

The Summit brought together the top minds and key stakeholders in digital technologies and initial teacher education. Stimulated by exciting keynotes, interactive panel discussions, and exemplary case studies, more than 240 participants identified the digital technologies priorities, issues and challenges, co-constructed a shared the major challenges facing educators, government, and community, relating to numeracy learning and teaching, and Initial Teacher Education (ITE).

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2015 Numeracy Initial Teacher Education Summit (958.6 KB)

The School of Education and Professional Studies, Griffith University, with the support of the Queensland Deans of Education and the Queensland College of Teachers (QCT), hosted the inaugural Queensland Numeracy Summit on 16th June 2015. The Summit brought together 235 key stakeholders to explore the major challenges facing educators, government, and community, relating to numeracy learning and teaching, and Initial Teacher Education.

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