Teaching in Creative Contexts
Understand how to enhance your students’ learning experience through creativity on this practical and unique teaching workshop.
About Teaching in Creative Contexts
Suitable for English language teachers and tutors of the creative arts – this exclusive workshop will teach you how to maximise opportunities for learning and inspiration in the classroom by drawing on the creativity of 4 key elements:
- Your students
- The environment
- The content you use.
What will you learn?
This programme will teach you:
- Ways to draw on students’ creativity to inspire the learning process
- Practical methods for incorporating your creative abilities into the learning environment
- To utilise creative spaces to enhance and enrich the experience of your students
- To use creative content and lateral thinking techniques to help you maximise opportunities for learning.
This workshop is included as part of the CELTA Teacher Training course and is also available to all non-CELTA students too!
How long is the Teaching in Creative Contexts workshop?
6.5 hours of teaching time, over 1 day.
Who should attend?
Ideal for those who teach:
- English language
- Creative subjects such as Art, Design, Fashion and Communication.
The workshop is suitable for all levels of expertise and specialisms, including:
- AS Level
- A Level
- Further Education
- Higher Education.
CELTA Teacher Training
This workshop features as part of the CELTA Teacher Training course and included in the fees for CELTA students, but it is also available to attend and book for everyone (ie all non-CELTA students).
Where is the workshop being held?
It will take place at Central Saint Martins at Granary Square (near King’s Cross station, London).
How many students in a class?
What is the minimum age?
None required, although this workshop is designed for current teachers or those wishing to pursue a career in teaching.
Dates and Fees
|Date||Duration||Weekday||Time (UK time)||Fee|
22 April 2017
|1 day||Saturday||10.30am - 5pm||£175|
Martin Oetegenn is a teacher, trainer, course materials designer and examiner. An online learning specialist, Martin has written and delivered courses in Educational Management & English Language. He has worked in Argentina, Colombia, Peru, China, Mexico, Italy, Spain, France and the UK. Martin is a singer, pianist and published songwriter.
Guy Barton originally worked as an exhibiting artist and educator in Brighton, teaching Printmaking, Graphic Design and Fine Art to foundation and undergraduate students. He later added English teaching to his repertoire and currently supports BA and MA Art and Design students at UAL. Guy is also a researcher in Anthropology and cultural representation.