Informal Creative Education

A Dynamic Experiential Process
Operational Confidence
An Embracing of Risk & Uncertainty

Educational programmes are essentially different with from ‘training programmes’.

Training is usually concerned with imparting a specific skill or attitude. Education is a wider & more open process of learning in which general personal development (including reasoning and judgement) occurs.

The results of a broadly based education process are not predictable as individuals apply their acquired knowledge & understandings to situations they encounter.

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“Explorative Freedom”
Informal & creative education
depends on a structure providing space, time and tolerance. 
Such activities should be as excitingly uncertain as the image

Having Fun Matters

Developing work using above approaches also requires an informal formative assessment process that assists facilitators understand & further develop/adjust their work.

The following process was proposed:


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