In March 2014 we visited China to pilot a new programme and explore opportunities for partnerships with academic and commercial partners. We delivered six workshops in schools, universities and a part-time English language school and collected the following evaluation data:

Student Data

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I learnt that creativity can be practiced and developed

Agree/Strongly Agree
Disagree/Strongly Agree
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The workshop helped me develop my creative skills

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Not Sure

I enjoyed the session

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Not Sure

I feel more empowered to learn

Agree/Strongly Agree
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Not Sure

I have learnt things that will help me in school

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Disagree/Strongly Agree
Not Sure

I understand more about how the brain works

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Not Sure

I have learnt things that will help me outside of school

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Not Sure

Student Comments

Please comment on how you could use the skills covered in the workshop:

No matter how difficult the problem, I will use my creativity to handle it.

I could use these skills to work more effectively.

Linking words and pictures together to help my memory.

 

 

 

Using both hemispheres of my brain to think more effectively.

I learnt that creativity can be learnt and developed.

I’d spend time thinking when I face tasks and come up with creative ideas.

 

 

 

 

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