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Creative approaches to improving participation: giving learners a say

Creative approaches to improving participation: giving learners a say

Manchester, Helen

'Creative Approaches to Improving Participation' examines ways in which young people have been given a creative voice in the classroom, and have actively participated in their own learning, transforming classrooms, curricula, assessment structures and teaching practices

eBook, Paperback, Hardback, Electronic resource, Book. English.
Published London: Routledge, 2012
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Available: Newton Park

  • Newton Park – One available in Main Collection 370.152/MAN

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Details

Statement of responsibility: edited by Helen Manchester
ISBN: 0203818164, 0415576202, 0415576210, 9780203818169, 9780415576208, 9780415576215
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: "A David Fulton book."
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: xii, 114 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series: Creative teaching/creative schools
Subject: Learning processes; Interaction analysis in education.; Active learning.; Education.; Creative ability; Creative teaching.; Motivation in education.
Series Title: Creative teaching/creative schools.

Contents

  1. Series Introduction 1. Introduction by Helen Manchester 2. Adult Ambassadors and Textile Interventions; the Birth of a Creative Youth Panel Sarah Joubert, Rachel Carter, Ruth Turnbull and Rehmuna Begum3. Teacher led Creative Participation
  2. Designing a 'Home Grown' Curriculum with Young People Debra Cleeland4. Students as Creative Consultants
  3. Researching and Developing a New Pastoral System Sally Cox5. Small Actions - Big Change
  4. Co-Producing Creative Approaches in School and Out Claire Simpson, Asima Qureshi and Parmjit Sagoo6. Creative Islands
  5. Creative Approaches to Inclusion and Voice Ben Edwards7. Room 13
  6. Children in Charge of a Creative Space on the Margins Neil SmallStaff Development and Resources

Author note

Helen Manchesteris Visiting Research Fellow in the Education and Social Research Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.