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Creative Curriculum Webinar

Here is the complete recording of our special free webinar for primary teachers and leaders. Featuring advice and wisdom from Associates and Independent Thinking Press authors who know a thing or two about creativity in the curriculum, relive what was a thoroughly inspiring event.

90-minute watch

Using Unhomework to Supercharge Lockdown Learning - Part One

Part one of a two-part blog from Independent Thinking Associate, primary teacher and author Mark Creasy on how to improve motivation and develop independent learning through better homework during lockdown.

Five-minute read

And It Was All A Dream

English teachers and literacy coordinators looking for ideas on how to teach students and young people to write great stories will benefit from these powerful storytelling tips from Pixar.

Five-minute read

CPD Juke Box

Want some quick-fire CPD answering some of the most pressing questions in education today - then check out our new CPD Jukebox!

29 three- to five-minute videos

Thinking, Creativity and Paper Clips II

Ian Gilbert in the second part of a two-part webinar he recorded for us all about thinking, learning and creativity in our brave new world. And paper clips.

17-minute watch

Independent Thinking on Emotional Literacy

An online conversation for UKEdChat with Independent Thinking Press author Richard Evans on his new book Independent Thinking on Emotional Literacy.

40-minute watch

Noticing

Use these inspiring images from Associate and photographer Jane Hewitt to help children and young people learn to stop and look at the world with new eyes.

Three-minute read

The Brain and Learning

Highlights of a fascinating and insightful conversation with paediatric neurologist Dr Andrew Curran all about the brain and learning.

25-minute watch

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