Creativity extends right across all age-ranges, all levels of competence, all teaching contexts and all geographical regions. And it applies equally to teachers as well as learners. Creativity is a universal, though its manifestations may be specific and local.’ – Alan Maley

Do teachers need to be creative? What stops us from being creative? How can we and our students become more creative?

Watch this highly practical, interactive seminar to discover small changes that can make a big difference to creativity in the classroom. Two speaker sessions provide interesting activities and real-life examples to inspire creative teaching and learning. This is followed by a panel Q and A session with Alan Maley, Marisa Constantinides, Phuong Lee, Nik Peachey and Malu Sciamarelli.

Video 1 - Introduction from Alan Maley

Video 2 - Using technology

Video 2 - Using technology

Video 3 - Using word games and playfulness

Video 3 - Using word games and playfulness

Video 4 - Teaching young learners through projects: using mascots to inspire

Video 4 - Teaching young learners through projects: using mascots to inspire

Video 5 - Using mascots outside the class

Video 5 - Using mascots outside the class

Video 6 - Using mascots inside the class

Video 6 - Using mascots inside the class

Question 1

Question 1

Question 2

Question 2

Question 3

Question 3

Question 4

Question 4

Follow up activities

Download the publication for free: Creativity in the English language classroom

Read extracts from the book.

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See the artist illustrations by Damien Hazell in the attachments below.

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Sorry for any problems you have experienced with the videos. They appear to be workng for me. It might be worth trying to load the page in a different browser.Thanks,Ellen