15 episodes

We bring stories about the magic that happens when creativity, art and education meet. Stories about creative learning from diverse European projects in schools and beyond. Stories about what happens when artists work with young people. We talk to teachers, artists, scientists, policy makers and children about the importance of creative education. Listen to the show if you're looking for inspiration for your own practice.

𝘁𝗮𝗽𝗽𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗶𝗻𝘁𝗼 𝗰𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗶𝘃𝗶𝘁𝘆 is part of I-TAP-PD. International Teacher-Artist Partnership (I-TAP-PD) is an exciting collaboration between four European arts and education organisations. The program focuses on enabling teachers and artists to jointly develop their understanding, expertise and creativity in ‘arts in education’ work with children and young people in education, community and arts settings.
To find out more about this project go to: https://i-tap-pd.net/
Comments or questions are more than welcome, you can reach us through tappingintocreativity@kopakan.nl or through our socials. https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-tap-pd https://www.facebook.com/InternationalTeacherArtistPartnership
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We bring stories about the magic that happens when creativity, art and education meet. Stories about creative learning from diverse European projects in schools and beyond. Stories about what happens when artists work with young people. We talk to teachers, artists, scientists, policy makers and children about the importance of creative education. Listen to the show if you're looking for inspiration for your own practice.

𝘁𝗮𝗽𝗽𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗶𝗻𝘁𝗼 𝗰𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗶𝘃𝗶𝘁𝘆 is part of I-TAP-PD. International Teacher-Artist Partnership (I-TAP-PD) is an exciting collaboration between four European arts and education organisations. The program focuses on enabling teachers and artists to jointly develop their understanding, expertise and creativity in ‘arts in education’ work with children and young people in education, community and arts settings.
To find out more about this project go to: https://i-tap-pd.net/
Comments or questions are more than welcome, you can reach us through tappingintocreativity@kopakan.nl or through our socials. https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-tap-pd https://www.facebook.com/InternationalTeacherArtistPartnership
https://www.instagram.com/i.tap.pd/

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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    Paul Collard on the Creative Habits of Mind and about how creativity is how we learn.

    Paul Collard on the Creative Habits of Mind and about how creativity is how we learn.

    Paul Collard has been the Chief Executive of Creativity, Culture and Education, where he retired from. He has 25 years’ experience of working in the arts and is an expert in delivering programs that use creativity and culture as drivers of social and economic change.
    'We defined the creative habits of mind: curious, inquisitive, persistent, disciplined and collaborative. I believe that creativity is the way we learn. I believe that learning is the most wonderfull thing we humans have came up with. But the tragedy is that most children are locked out of learning, by schools, who do not promote learning, but promote schooling.'
    More about Paul, CCE or the projects mentioned through the following links:
    A Talk by PaulWebsite CCEWebsite Europe in Perspective
    This podcast is part of I-TAP-PD. To find out more about this project go to: https://i-tap-pd.net/
    You'll find us on these social networks:
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-tap-pdhttps://www.facebook.com/InternationalTeacherArtistPartnershiphttps://instagram.com/i.tap.pdhttps://www.instagram.com/i.tap.pd/
    Comments or questions are more than welcome, you can reach us through tappingintocreativity@kopakan.nl 


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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Miranda Siemelink on what happened when teachers, artists and students co-create in the Lab.

    Miranda Siemelink on what happened when teachers, artists and students co-create in the Lab.

    Miranda Siemelink workes as a project lead at the Lab, from CultuurOost. The Lab is a professional learning community, consisting of arts educators, teachers, students from both art school and teacher training, artists, musicians and other experts.
    They spend 4 years working together on enhancing arts education, divided in different groups. The Lab that Miranda has worked on, one of four, was centered around maker education.
    Listen to her story and key learnings from this Lab.
    'What do new teachers need, to do their profession around maker education? An open mind, work with open ended questions and the willingness to go into the process.'
    You can find Miranda or more info about her work through the following links:
    LinkedINWebsite Lab Kunst en TechniekVideo: The art of making
    This podcast is part of I-TAP-PD. To find out more about this project go to: https://i-tap-pd.net/
    You'll find us on these social networks:
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-tap-pdhttps://www.facebook.com/InternationalTeacherArtistPartnershiphttps://instagram.com/i.tap.pdhttps://www.instagram.com/i.tap.pd/
    Comments or questions are more than welcome, you can reach us through tappingintocreativity@kopakan.nl 


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    • 31 min
    Jane O'Hanlon on how Poetry Ireland fills the gap between writers and schools

    Jane O'Hanlon on how Poetry Ireland fills the gap between writers and schools

    Jane O'Hanlon, education officer of Poetry Ireland. We talk about the initiative Writers in Schools. She started as a teacher in a prison. She tells us what she learned from the inmates and still uses in her work. And she talks about how she thinks the arts help children to ask the big questions.
    'The most powerfull experience of my teaching career has been reading King Lear with the inmates. They knew King Lear from the inside. It was a great example of how arts can help reflect and learn.'
    You can find Jane or more info about Poetry Ireland through the following links:
    Website Poetry IrelandFacebookTwitterPoems by students
    This podcast is part of I-TAP-PD. To find out more about this project go to: https://i-tap-pd.net/
    You'll find us on these social networks:
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-tap-pdhttps://www.facebook.com/InternationalTeacherArtistPartnershiphttps://instagram.com/i.tap.pdhttps://www.instagram.com/i.tap.pd/
    Comments or questions are more than welcome, you can reach us through tappingintocreativity@kopakan.nl 


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    • 48 min
    Klaas Dijkstra on what a 10 year long teacher artist partnership had brought to his classroom

    Klaas Dijkstra on what a 10 year long teacher artist partnership had brought to his classroom

    This is a very special episode for us and of course we hope you'll enjoy it too! We are going to talk to one of our own, about the work that we are doing together.
    Klaas Dijkstra is teacher at Basisschool de Pijlstaart, Manja and Linda have been working with Klaas since 2011! This is a longlasting teacher-artist partnership. In this episode we'll take you with us to Klaas' classroom. What happens after such a long period of a teacher and two artists creating education together.
    As an example we are discussing our latest co-created project called Chilling with Heritage. In this project we added another discipline to our team, namely historians, to create a project in which citizenship, history, heritage, art and creativity come together.
    'When we use the 'chilling' exercises the children can dive pretty deep into images of art. They have really interesting ideas and thoughts about what they are seeing.'
    You can find Klaas or more info about the projects discussed through the following links:
    Chiling with Heritage websiteManifest: We make the cityDOMunder websiteFacebook: Klaas Dijkstra
    This podcast is part of I-TAP-PD. To find out more about this project go to: https://i-tap-pd.net/
    You'll find us on these social networks:
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-tap-pdhttps://www.facebook.com/InternationalTeacherArtistPartnershiphttps://instagram.com/i.tap.pdhttps://www.instagram.com/i.tap.pd/
    Comments or questions are more than welcome, you can reach us through tappingintocreativity@kopakan.nl 


    This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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    • 44 min
    Jolanda Schouten on how to facilitate creative process in many roles

    Jolanda Schouten on how to facilitate creative process in many roles

    Jolanda is a visual artist, lecturer at the Utrecht School of the Arts and she works as project lead in Creatief Vermogen Utrecht, Creative Competence Utrecht.
    Jolanda has been working in the arts for 30 years in many roles. In this conversation we talk about her huge watercolour painting and her community arts work with refugees and Creatief Vermogen Utrecht.
    Creatief Vermogen Utrecht is a network of 43 creative partnerships between cultural and arts organisations and schools. In these partnerships teachers and artists work together in many different ways. The network also creates models and tools for arts education.
    'We use the diamond as a metaphor for the creative process, to give teacher a hand in recognizing different facets of the creative process. Imagination, reflection, creative thinking are some examples.'
    You can find Jolanda or more info about the projects through the following links:
    Website Creatief Vermogen UtrechtWebsite Diamant Slijper (diamond polisher)Website Jolanda SchoutenWebsite Dot, 3e boom rechts (vision building card game)Instagram Jolanda Schouten
    This podcast is part of I-TAP-PD. To find out more about this project go to: https://i-tap-pd.net/
    You'll find us on these social networks:
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-tap-pdhttps://www.facebook.com/InternationalTeacherArtistPartnershiphttps://instagram.com/i.tap.pdhttps://www.instagram.com/i.tap.pd/
    Comments or questions are more than welcome, you can reach us through tappingintocreativity@kopakan.nl 


    This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

    Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

    • 43 min
    Sanja Krsmanović Tasić on how arts education can be seen as peace education.

    Sanja Krsmanović Tasić on how arts education can be seen as peace education.

    Sanja Krsmanović Tasić is the president of CEDEUM, a youth theater company in Belgrade, Serbia. Throughout her career she had many roles, starting out as a dancer, and slowly moving on to directing and founding many initiatives for theatre and dance.
    In this conversation we hear Sanja tell us about the importance of having mentors who help you grow in your professional work.
    And, as she makes clear, she was born in Yugoslavia and now lives in Serbia. She reminisces on working as a dancer during the war in Yugoslavia, how she missed having words as a dancer to voice her opinion. This was her motivation to go into theatre.
    'We see arts education also as peace education. If you change one person, on child. Give them the freedom to visualize that another world is possible, it's a good start.'
    Listen to this very personal account of an inspiring career.
    You can find Sanja or more info about her project through the following links:
    Website HLEB theatreWebsite CEDEUMWebsite IDEAFacebook: @sanja.k.tasicInstagram: @sanja_krsmanovic_tasic
    This podcast is part of I-TAP-PD. To find out more about this project go to: https://i-tap-pd.net/
    You'll find us on these social networks:
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-tap-pdhttps://www.facebook.com/InternationalTeacherArtistPartnershiphttps://instagram.com/i.tap.pdhttps://www.instagram.com/i.tap.pd/
    Comments or questions are more than welcome, you can reach us through tappingintocreativity@kopakan.nl 


    This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

    Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

    • 43 min

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