We would like to invite you to participate in a cooperative inquiry hosted at Cheshire Campus as part of ‘I Love learning’ project. Within cooperative inquiry we will explore the use of creative approaches in Higher Education that inspire and engage students in learning and enhance student experience.
The project consists of four co-researchers who worked together on the Creativity in HE, CELT MMU training course and subsequently applied for a CELT research scholarship.
Date: 27th of April
Location: Cheshire Campus
|Cooperative Inquiry into the role of creativity in Higher Education
1.00-3.00pm, Room D-0-06
How would students and staff would like to learn in an ideal world?
In this creative session, you will explore and express the ideal learning experience, through blue-sky thinking and use of creative approaches.
Cooperative Inquiry facilitators: Susan Cobb, Helena Ketllerbourough, David Leathlean, Marcin Wozniak
|You are also welcome to join the morning session open to students and staff|
|How can we protect the world that is special to us?
10.30-12.00, Room D-0-02
Hands on learning experience/visit in the ancient woodland at MMU Cheshire Campus, exploring the role of creativity in relation to education, environment and sustainability.
Please bring waterproof clothing and shoes in case of rain.
Dr Helena Kettleborough (Responsible Enterprise, Faculty of Business and Law), David Leathlean (Fashion, Hollings Department)
Please let us know if you have any further questions or would like to participate in the cooperative inquiry. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you can join us.
Marcin Wozniak, Susan Cobb, Helena Kettleborough, David Leathlean