Smart Arts

Embedding Creativity in Schools

Professional Learning for Primary School Teachers

A professional development intensive to inspire the use of creativity and arts practice across curriculum delivery. Explore the possibilities of creative pedagogy to enhance your confidence and practical teaching resources..

Held  Monday 27 May at Space Theatre during DreamBIG Festival - this event had something for everyone - part practical showcase, part Q&A, followed by networking drinks and nibbles

Presenters included:

Morris Gleiztman, Australian Children’s Laureate;

Dr Anita Collins, music educator and researcher;

and professional teaching artists Kerrin Rowlands and Eliza Lovell - Carclew's DEAL/ARTS & Education.

Facilitated by MC Ali Clarke, ABC Breakfast presenter and columnist for SA Kids.

Join the Carclew Creativity in Schools Facebook group to continue the conversation.


Carclew Creativity in Schools - Come'nTry session

Carclew professional teaching artists Kerrin Rowlands, Eliza Lovell and Luku Kukuku will lead teachers, principals and educators through the practicalities of introducing Carclew’s Artist in Schools programs into your schools. Learn more about:

Creative Body-based Learning (CBL):  professional development for primary school teachers designed to integrate body-based and arts-based approaches to the maths curriculum.

Developing Effective Arts Learning (DEAL): provides teachers with fresh perspectives around problem solving and inquiry-based learning, leading to intrinsic benefits for students in the arts and across the curriculum.

Aboriginal Artists in Schools: local Aboriginal artists and cultural practitioners work in collaboration with teachers, providing rich professional development for teachers and authentic learning outcomes for students.

WHEN:      Thursday 15 August, 5 – 7pm
WHERE:   Carclew, 11 Jeffcott St, Kaurna Country, North Adelaide. Access at Carclew
PRICE: $30 pp. Certificates of Professional Learning provided


Contact Details

Tess Syme