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People, Pens & Paper

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 06 Jul 2015
Paper, Pens & People is about creative and fresh ideas. It's not a creative rule book, but a suggestive guide of techniques and projects to make the creative process more fluid and more enjoyable for students. Often, it's our setting and mindset that determines creative output, so in order to be truly effective we need to set the scene, and that also includes within ourselves. At this initial stage of the process all we need are paper, pens and people - we keep it organic and focus on generating solutions without any interference. With the projects featured, there's a focus on seeking out solutions for our planet rather than profit and commercialism. These ideas are recorded in a simple sketch book. This book can then help form a 'portfolio' of concepts for each student, so not only do the ideas look to help our world, they also show initiative and entrepreneurial flair, useful for life beyond school. From a marketing campaign for a local charity through to looking at ways to solve traffic issues at a school, teachers will be able to use innovative projects to inspire and also foster habitual ways to conceptualise, be it written or doodled.Readers will find no rules or quick-fixes. Paper, Pens and People is all about the process.
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ISBN-13: 9781909717329
ISBN-10: 1909717320
Pagini: 130
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 7 mm
Greutate: 0.19 kg
Editura: John Catt Educational Ltd

Notă biografică

Based in Graz, Austria, James Wren is originally from the UK with a background working with design agencies and teaching Communication Design at international schools. It was whilst teaching that he decided to set up an in-school design agency with local clients - the main difference being that the students ran it and maintained local client relationships. From this, The School of Creative Thinking was born, a series of workshops based at schools throughout the world designed for both teachers and students to generate unique solutions using think-tank and agency-style briefs. The ultimate goal is to build a real creative hub to support existing schools, providing both conceptual and technical skills associated with the world of design and creativity. However, the focus is not on profit but on our planet, and in turn, how teenagers can think of solutions to make it a better place.