This course shows teachers how the visual system works in conjunction with imagination and the formation of new ideas.
It looks at relevant networks in the brain responsible for both process driven thought but also new connections in the brain that aid creativity.
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Completing V1_The Neuroscience of Imagination will contribute 2 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
This short course runs for just over 2 hours tutorial time. It has 1 hour of combined Mindfulness Meditation & Visualisation in addition to the learning. Homework is self-directed and self-paced. You may start at anytime and finish when you finish.
Access to course
Types of enrolment
Individual teachers may enrol or Head Teachers/ Principals can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to invest in multiple enrolments and hardcopy Workbooks to distribute throughout your school prior to commencing the online learning.
How to learn
After enrolment, download your Workbook. This is a large file. Watch the learning, it is recommended you don't do the entire course in one sitting but rather at your own pace. Your creativity is your journey.
What comes with the course?
• 14 x Video Tutorials
• 2 x Guided Visualisations
• 2 x Downloadable Mp3 Mindfulness Audio Tracks
• 1 x Digital Workbook
Kelly-Ann Denton holds an undergraduate, Honours and postgraduate degree in Visual Art, Commencing a practice in 1994, she began teaching and writing curricula in 2000. Courses written for Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney; The National Art School and The Australian Centre for Photography include:
Alchemy and the Imagination - A Visual Journey; Contemporary Portraiture Symposium - Art of the Portrait; Advanced Photoshop, Digital Narratives; Master of Documentary Photography; Digital Visualisation. These are all university level courses.
During her time as a lecturer, curriculum writer and speaker Kelly-Ann has practiced as a digital artist and retoucher. Kelly-Ann lives and works in Sydney Australia.