Creative Learning

International research tells us that teaching children about creativity doesn’t work; but using creativity to improve the way they―and we―all learn, irrespective of the subject, really does work. And creative people—artists, writers, performers and so on—are the secret weapon in how to do this. Using creativity inside schools helps children’s learning and capabilities flourish, especially those abilities needed today and in the future.

creative habits of mind

Thinking creatively, accessing the ability to develop original solutions, coping with unpredictability, and responding positively to change: these are the creative habits of mind that FORM’s Creative Learning program aims to encourage people of all ages to develop through programs in schools and programs for the community.