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New release: Teaching for Creativity by Andrew Hammond July 1, 2015

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in New releases.
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The second book in our Invisible Ink series, Teaching for Creativity, is now available.

It is the second book in the seven-part series, in conjunction with INK Education, the CPD company founded by John Catt and author Andrew Hammond.

Andrew is an educational consultant, trainer, speaker and author of more than 30 educational titles for major publishers. He is currently Headteacher of Glemsford Primary Academy in Suffolk.

Teaching for Creativity argues that the constant need to demonstrate academic progress has created a learning environment non-conducive to creative thinking and creative behaviour.

By focusing on key features of the learning environment, this book will help teachers to preserve children’s innate creative capacities at the same time as maintaining academic standards in the classroom. Practical ideas and activities are offered throughout, as well as references to the Department for Education’s Teachers’ Standards.

The foreword has been written by headteacher and educational author Geoff Barton who describes the book as “hugely informative, lively, engaging – and, yes, creative.”

Teaching for Creativity follows Teaching for Character, the first book in the series, and Teaching for Motivation will follow in the autumn term.

Teaching for Creativity can be ordered from the John Catt Bookshop: www.johncattbookshop.com/teaching-for-creativity

For any enquiries about multiple orders or inspection copies, please email enquiries@johncatt.com.

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