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Home--Pune Seminar 2019


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Council for Creative Education (CCE) Finland cordially invites educators to participate and celebrate the creativity in Education. This year CCE is introducing ‘Seminar On Creative Learning Methods’ dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. We have a group of renowned educators and experts in the field of education who will be presenting their ideas about the Creativity of Education and education system, in general. 


Highlights of the Seminar



  • Integrating the STEAM topics together to create an interesting phenomenon

  • Case studies for creating PhBL classes - Work in groups to design the cases.


Who can attend?


Researchers and Teachers (pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher education, university level), principals, educators, trainers, homeschooling parents, students from teacher education are welcome to present their ideas of creativity which can be used in teaching school subjects. Any education enthusiast can participate in this seminar. We are also encouraging government representatives who can present government educational policies and their research. 

The seminar is in English language only. No paper presentation is invited. You can only participate in a seminar.

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Early Bird Closed On - 07th July 2019

Registration Close: 15th July 19

Seminar Date - 17th July 2019


CCE Members  - INR 1000

Teachers, Researchers & Parents - INR 1500

FEES After 07th July 2019

CCE Members  - INR 1000

Teachers, Researchers & Parents - INR 2000


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09:00 - 10:00    Registration


10:00 - 12:00    Session 1


12.00 - 13.00    Panel Discussion 


13:00 - 14:00    Lunch Break


14:00 - 16:00    Session 2


16:00 - 17:00    Summary & Closing Ceremony


PayTM transfer to +91 9890436368

Bank Transfer:
Account Name: Council for Creative Education Finland

Bank Name: ICICI Bank
Account number: 624005501050
Branch: Bhandarkar Road, Pune
IFSC Code : ICIC0006240
MICR: 411229006

Dhanika Sawarkar : +919890436368
Seminar Venue

Sir Parshurambhau College,

A V Hall, Sadashiv Peth,

Tilak Road

Pune 411030


Seminar Speakers

Ms Amelia Wildman

United States of America

Amelia Wildman is a PhD student in Curriculum & Education Technology at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Her MAEd. is in Gifted Education. Before moving to Virginia, she taught secondary social studies and English in Texas and has written curriculum for social studies, science, and English used in online learning. Her current research interests are in creativity, digital literacy, maker spaces, and teacher professional development. 


Ms Amelia is a young researcher in the field of digital education where she has developed the techniques for teaching History using digital technology. 


She is working as a subject matter expert and curriculum writer for OOPS. OOPS, LLC equips educators and small business professionals with "Just-In-Time" strategies to counter the unpredictable challenges or "OOPS" moments inherent in organizational management and technology integration.​


Ms Amelia is the winner of Creative 100 contest organized by Council for Creative Education in 2018 for her project,’ Harnessing Imagination through Digital Storytelling in the History & Science Classrooms’.

Ms. Aysegul Aksoy - Turkey

Ayşegül “Rosa” AKSOY (MSc) PhD. Candidate Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey Physical Education and Sports Department

Ayşegül “Rosa” AKSOY is graduated from the department of “Physical Education & Sports (PES) Teaching” with a following “PES Teaching” and “Movement & Training Sciences” master degrees; with continuing PhD. in the field of “Adaptive Physical Activity”. After her studies in Turkey, Portugal, France, and international projects she involved, now, she is more focused on “Technology Integration into Inclusive PES settings”.


Ms. Aysegul is the First Prize winner of Creative 100 contest organized by Council for Creative Education in 2018 for her project,’ Thinking out of the box; Technology integration into preservice Physical Education teachers’ education on Inclusive Physıcal Educatıon’.

Heramb Kulkarni

Head, ICT Development, and Strategy, CCE Finland

Speaker and trainer on EduTech, collaborative learning, and innovation across 12 countries. Trained more than 14000+ teachers, Educators, leaders on strategy and ICT innovations Research.

Heramb consults many governments and large organizations across 3 continents, Europe, Asia, and Africa within key countries like Denmark, USA, Bahrain and Indian states like Delhi, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. His research areas are educational technology and creativity, global education reforms and collaborative innovations. As an educator, social entrepreneur and technology wizard, he is on the advisory board of many educational institutes and innovative start-ups across Europe and India. He has held leadership positions across large MNCs like Nokia, Lucent Technologies, Skyworks and Accenture with vast experience in technology, architecture and software development domain.

Dhanika Sawarkar

Practitioner of Collaborative Learning and CCE India Head

Dhanika Sawarkar is a well-sought trainer and speaker on Collaborative and Active Learning principles. She has trained many teachers and principals over the last decade. She currently heads CCE India operations and manages the international coordiantion of CCE India's network.

Shirin Kulkarni

Research Director, CCE Finland

Researcher in the field of Creative Thinking and education for more than 14 years.

Research Areas:

  • Creativity and School Environment

  • A comparative study between India and Finland

  • CII (Creativity-identity Interaction) model

  • Narrative teaching techniques

Experienced trainer and psychologist

Research Director, CCE Finland

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