👉Speakers: Christopher S. Brownell
👉Talk: STEAM Education Efforts Include Playful Mathematics

In the midst of the COVID19 pandemic, educational institutions are struggling with what happens after. I would like to propose that we take this opportunity to engage our students in a more highly integrated collection of curricula that fits better within the needs and abilities of the 21st century. Two ideas that seem at odds with each other in the old paradigm, I will argue, are capable of being complementary with each other. Play is at the heart of mathematical learning, and Data Science is at the forefront of a new age of discovery. The integration of these two, as pillars in a new STEAM-based movement in curricular development, is our best hope for engaging students in the learning they will need to solve the complex issues of the next several decades.

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Council for Creative Education in collaboration with the University of Jyväskylä cordially invites you to the Online Conference on Embrace the Creativity amidst COVID-19 Crisis. The conference is organized to celebrate the United Nation’s World Creativity and Innovation Day ( and at the same time to reflect on the current situation of the whole world, which is in great pain and grief due to the pandemic.

Amongst these gloomy times, there are many of us, who are fighting with courage and finding new ways to cope with the unusual situation. Creativity is at a peak in such circumstances where you need to be innovative in your day-to-day life, work and survival.

👉Who can attend?
Everybody is encouraged to join our event online. We believe that educators, entrepreneurs, parents, and students can greatly benefit from the presentations and conversations Researchers and Teachers (pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher section), principals, educators, trainers, students from teacher education are welcome to present their ideas. We are also encouraging policymakers who can present governments and institutions, educational policies and their research related to creativity and innovation.

👉Structure of the Conference
Considering the technical glitches and different time zones, CCE has come up with a unique approach for the online conference. The conference will be divided into two parts. The first part will be streaming the pre-recorded videos by the speakers according to the theme of their talk. The second part is the online live interaction with the speakers.

👉Part – 1: All pre-recorded videos from the speakers will be streamed on various days, on the following platforms like CCE’s YouTube channel, Facebook and also on the Website.

👉Part – 2: Live Interaction with speakers
Time Duration: 3hrs10mins including short breaks
[Schedule of the schedule for 3 hours]

10:00 – 12:30 Broadcasting of the videos from all sessions
13:00 – 13:15 Opening and Technical Guidelines for the Online
13:15 – 13:20 Introduction of the UNESCO Chairs and
Professorships at the University of Jyväskylä
13:20 – 13:40 Keynote address: UNESCO’s Day of Creativity and
Innovation: Critical Skills in Critical Times / Q&A
13:40 – 13:45 Short break
13:45 – 14:30 SESSION 1: Creativity & Innovation for Organizing
Teaching and Learning During COVID-19 Crisis
14:30 – 14:45 Long break
14:45 – 15:30 SESSION 2: Creativity & Innovation for Learning
About COVID-19 Crisis / Q&A
15:30 – 15:35 Short Break
15:35 – 16:20 SESSION 3: Creativity & Innovation: Critical Skills for
Critical Times, Health and Well-being / Q&A
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About Council for Creative Education:
Council for Creative Education (CCE) Finland is a global organization originating from Tampere, Finland with the motto of redefining education through creativity. We provide tailor-made teacher training and school development programs from pre-primary to higher education. Our programs are based on research and expertise from Finnish universities and academia. We provide insights into the Finnish education system through educational tours and student camps by which the participants understand how creativity is blended well within the Finnish classroom and curriculum.
Along with Finland, we operate in MEA, Nigeria, America, Australia, and Asia with our collaborators and network.

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  1. True sir teaching mathematics is a challenge to teachers. Innovation and sharing ideas in Mathis teaching is always welcome.


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