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Creative Planning

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Nathan Pow

on 20 November 2014

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Transcript of Creative Planning

What is Creative Planning?
Why Should You Use Creative Planning?
"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge." Albert Einstein

Things to consider with Creative Planning?
Types of Creative Planning
Child Centred Approach
Allowing children to choose the theme or interests which they wish to study- engage children in a topic they find interesting.
A cross-curricular approach helps to open up a narrow curriculum;
Draws on similarities with different subjects making links with learning processes or subject content.
Subject Specific
Subjects are taught individually few links are made through lessons allowing more in depth knowledge on the topic.
Book Based
Closely related to Thematic planning where subjects are taught through the a book based topic.
Involves integrating curriculum areas through topics and themes.
Planning your Creative Approach
-OFSTED have defined that the term 'creativity' is subject to a variety of different interpretations.
- Creative planning consists of a variety of features including; presenting old ideas in new ways, links across the curriculum, original ideas and developing thinking skills. This can be delivered through problem solving activities. (Johnston 2007)
- Creative planning is encouraged by Gardner who argues that cross-curricular planning and more subject specific planning can co-exist. (Gardner,2004)
Aids motivation
Making learning relevant
Relationships between subjects- children are able to make connections
Help raise school standards- OFSTED
Time Constraints
Tenuous Links
Knowing when each subject is being delivered
Disengagement with theme/type of creative planning
Teaching, learning and planning is provided through an interactive and holistic way through real life examples.
Teachers create lessons around the book linking to different elements of the story to help convey information.
Thematic Planning
Creative Planning
Initial Ideas
Your class deserve the opportunity to
experience these approaches.
Are you willing to change the way you plan?
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