Congratulations to the winners of the Creative 100 contest 2018 from Turkey and USA
The global innovations are changing the education scenario worldwide. So, we at CCE, decided to explore the width and depth of education technology and its connectivity with creative education.
This year marks the sixth year of our International Symposium on Creative Education. The theme for the conference was Creativity, Imagination & Technology.
CCE Symposium team received 150 submissions from across the globe. We were looking for the projects/ideas/ experiments that are transforming learning and creative ways of teaching to make education fun and interesting. The creative classroom was a 45-minute workshop in which participants got the opportunity to present their creative ideas to the conference participants.
Out of 150 submissions received from 20+ countries following were the selected ideas:
The school administrators role in fostering environments that are creative and integrative.
Does e-support to EFL learners genuinely work?
Development of Personality through the festivals of Visva-Bharati.
An Educational game “Adventure of Yojo”Based on role playing game (RPG) as a creative solution to preserve cultural of central sulawesi
Role of Imagination in Education
The influences of One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Project on creative education in Rwandan schools
Creative Pedagogy applied to Medical Education and Pharmacology (Creativity, Brain & Art)
On the verge of the digital boom: how information communication technologies could shape africa’s future
ICT in education
“All children are born artists. The problem is to remain an artist as we grow up”.
Is Technology Killing Creativity?
Harnessing Imagination through Digital Storytelling in the History & Science Classrooms
Creative Teachers’ Room
Clay Modelling as a Pedagogical tool in Medical Schools
Using Video Clips in Language Classrooms to deconstruct texts “Thinking out of box; Technology integration into preservice Physical Educatıon teachers’ education on Inclusive Physıcal Educatıon”
Winners of the contest - Ms. Ayşegül “Rosa” AKSOY & Neşe AKSOY, Turkey
Ms. Ayşegül “Rosa” AKSOY & Neşe AKSOY from Turkey are the winners of the contest. They presented the idea on “Thinking out of box; Technology integration into preservice Physical Educatıon teachers’ education on Inclusive Physıcal Educatıon”
As a winner, they have been awarded a free educational trip to India which includes air-ticket, accommodation, educational visits & entry to participating in the National Conferences of Creative Education in India where they will present their research to the educators across many states.
Runner-Up - Ms. Amelia Wildman, USA
Ms. Amelia Wildman from USA is the second winner for the contest. Her idea of presentation was " Harnessing Imagination through Digital Storytelling in the History & Science Classrooms " As a winner she has also been awarded a free trip to India which includes accommodation & a free entry to participate in the National Conference of Creative Education.
Special thanks to our judges:
Ms. Rachel Geesa, USA & Mrs. Shirin Kulkarni, Finland
Finally, thanks to our organizing team:
Heramb Kulkarni, Elena Chukhlantseva, Shradha Patodi, Ida Piltonen, Dhanika Swarkar, Shital Sambhare. Mukesh Kumar and Ahmed, Natalia Gromova, Njery Carty
#Creative100 initiative by CCE Finland is flagship program to cross pollinate educators and their research to many countries. This aligns with CCE’s goal to spread the awareness about creativity in education makes this