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Unintended Consequences: Creativity Locked in the Arts

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Skills for Life Network

Workshop and seminar at Lancaster Literacy Research Centre

Friday 24th February 2006

‘This workshop is designed to create a space to explore creativity and teaching in adult literacy, numeracy and language. There will be a mixture of inputs, ranging from DVD, photographic images, ceramics, digital storytelling and animation, each showing a variety of ways of working. There will be the space to discuss and share ideas, developing ways of working that are linked to people’s lives and their interests. We will think about the place creativity has in adult literacy and how teaching and learning can be freed of some of the constraints that practitioners sometimes feel. Come and share your ideas and be stimulated by the work of others.

The workshop/seminar will take place at Lancaster University, and is aimed at practitioners, trainers and those working or researching in the area of adult literacy, numeracy and ESOL.

The cost will be £50 (covering all costs including refreshments). Please complete the form and return it with payment to the address/ fax shown on the form.

5 free bursary places for NW practitioners
We are pleased to announce that the Research Forum is able to offer 5 free bursary places to NW practitioners. To register or apply for a bursary place please write to Kathryn James at e-mail address below stating how this seminar relates to your practice. Closing deadline for the bursary is Monday 13th February 2006.’

North West SfL Research Forum @
Lancaster Literacy Research Centre

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