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An online community where school leaders, teachers and those working and interacting with schools can embed teaching for creativity and learn from each other

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We’ll be sharing an inspiring range of content in the Ideas Hub to support you to think about how to develop teaching for creativity across the curriculum - including case studies, interviews, book reviews and online webinars and events. So, make sure to bookmark the site to stay up to date with our latest research on how the important role creative thinking plays in education.

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Connect with educators

Creativity Exchange also acts as a digital space for teachers, educators and school leaders to connect and share best practice. Keep the conversation going on Twitter using the hashtag and share the website with your colleagues.

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Learn more about the Durham Commission

This project has been developed in partnership by Arts Council England and Durham University to explore in practice the Durham Commission's recommendations about the importance of teaching for creativity in schools.

You can now download the Durham Commission Literature Review, which using the findings of studies published between March and November 2020, explores the impact of Covid-19 on the English education teaching and learning environment and the potential impact on teaching for creativity.

Find out more about the Durham Commission


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