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Teaching arts and creativity in the 21st century

Course description

Course overview and purpose:
Does your art school need to be more inter-disciplinary and international?

Art education is the core of many schools all around Europe. In these schools, artistic disciplines such as art, dance, drama, media and music meet more academic-focused disciplines. The synergy between these disciplines is essential to maintain a high qualitative standard in education, but also to nurture the talents and interests of students.
The course incorporates workshops and meetings with local artists and organisations involved in art education as a way to learn new resources to use at school. Every session will also have a debriefing and coaching aspect, where the participants can discuss and identify action plans to implement at their schools.
To help the schools get in touch with other local and international organisations, you will attend practical sessions about EU digital tools (such as the European School Education Platform and Selfie for teachers), and other online platforms which can be used to connect with other European and local entities.
Join our course to learn new resources and be inspired by how other local and international organisations deal with art education projects!

Learning outcomes:

  • Identify best practices for running art projects in an education setting
  • Improve the knowledge in art education
  • Learn about EU digital tools and other online platforms
  • Be able to use the techniques and methodologies learned
  • Be able to connect with other schools in Europe and foster collaborations and partnerships with other international and local art institutions

Admission information

  • Language : English
  • Language level prerequisites : B1 or above
  • Duration : One week
  • Audience :

    Teachers of any subject, educators, and school administrative staff

  • General prerequisites :

    No specific requirements

  • Maximum number of participants : 20
  • Minimum advance reservation : 12 weeks

Course information file

Please, download the full course information file, including examples of daily programme, assessment and validation of learning outcomes and more.


Available dates

Padova (Italy)

  • 03.03.2024 - 10.03.2024 - To be confirmed
  • 09.06.2024 - 16.06.2024 - To be confirmed
  • 22.09.2024 - 29.09.2024 - To be confirmed
  • 09.02.2025 - 16.02.2025 - To be confirmed

Course dates are made available based on the availability of trainers but are “confirmed” only once the minimum number of participants is reached.

Course dates are usually listed Sunday to Sunday. The course usually takes place Monday to Friday and the full-day trip usually takes place on Saturday, so Sundays are arrival and departure days for those who book course, activities and accommodation. You can leave earlier if you book just the course.

If you are looking for dates either not listed above or “To be confirmed”, please pre-register to your favourite dates so we can track your interest, liaise with everybody to convey participants to the same dates and make them confirmed!

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