By Jo Henwood
Museum Educator professional development day run Friday 26 June 2015 at Macquarie University Museums with Denise Wood, Course Director, Smart Learning, Charles Sturt University
• The neuroscience of how we learn
• Decision making
Decision making is one of the skills of an autonomous learner, a key objective for all educators. It is relevant not just for the education program we deliver but as a lifelong skill. There are opportunities for critical thinking which can be rehearsed within education programs.
Creativity covers all the areas of problem solving and occurs every day of our lives. Denise Wood covers various theories of creativity as a higher order thinking skill.