No school manifesto : a movement of creative education / editors, Ilse Ouwens, Fabiola Camuti, Betje Stevens.
- Amsterdam : Valiz, 2020.
228 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 23 cm
- Arts in education.
Education -- Philosophy.
Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.).
- No School Manifesto' is a book that serves as a key reference and inspiration for people working in (creative) education, ranging from teachers and school leaders at informal, secondary and vocational education and academies to museum educators, artists (in the broadest sense of the word), policy makers, and everyone who supports education and has an interest in developing new perspectives through creativity. No School is a movement that wants to open up the meaning of learning and fundamentally questions traditional education, through creativity. Curiosity, experimentation, unrestricted thinking, making and developing--by yourself and in collaboration with others--are basic elements of all forms of learning and living together. In the current educational system these values are regularly overshadowed by rules, legislation, bureaucracy, a unitary approach, and little attention to the intrinsic inquisitiveness of both the student and the teacher. No School is a growing movement that together with the creative field wants to provide space for experiment, flexibility, cooperation, 'wild' thinking, looking ahead; experimenting off the beaten track with different forms of learning, in which creativity is the key concept.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Ouwens, Ilse, 1972- editor.
Camuti, Fabiola, 1987- editor.
Stevens, Betje, 1961- editor.
Andriessen, Matthijs, 1967- author.
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