We decided that the main purpose of our Pop Up School would be to create a journalistic response to the conference. No magazine is complete without the printed word so here are the articles we wrote during the two days. Some are quite serious, others deliberately playful. We hope you like them...

Meeting Sir Ken...

Your correspondents, Joseph Horton and myself, Chenai Takundwa, headed down to the pre-conference dinner at the Skirvin. We had the amazing opportunity to meet and talk with none other than Sir Ken Robinson and discuss our #popupschool as well as the creative partnerships that were created in the process.

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Overheard From the Conference Floor.....


Raihan overheard a phone conversation of a talented film worker



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Our conference highlights...

We were out and about in the exhibition space yesterday, getting feedback from the delegates about creativity.

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Delegates' tips for enhancing your creative thinking...

"look forward rather than looking back"

"make a list and write down all your ideas" 


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Creative Essay by Joseph Horton

Joey shares his thought's on what creativity in learning means to him.


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