Creative and educational workshops in Bangkok will awaken your kids’ creativity and allow them to gain confidence and more self-esteem. Children love these workshops because they are playful, fun, and unique. Over time, and through the years of teaching experience we have come to realize that when children are creative, they are also calm and peaceful. We chose to facilitate creative and educational workshops because we remain convinced that children are learning more efficiently, and are more expressive when the creative and the educational side of learning are blended together.
CREATIVE AND EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS
WHAT IS TEACHING THROUGH CREATIVITY?
Education is a form of dialogue where a teacher involves others to explore something new through engaging activities. Teaching through creativity offers a more dynamic learning experience where the English language becomes surprisingly alive. The teacher creates an atmosphere where he/she acts as a facilitator while a student has the freedom to play, experiment and reflect. Creativity is an essential learning skill that should be encouraged from a very early age. It enriches self-play and promotes creative application throughout life. Through my lessons and workshops, students evolve and iterate on the images they have in their imaginations using creative methods, mediums, and tools.
"Creativity now is as important in education as literacy and we should treat it with the same status" - Sir Ken Robinson.
Anelia's teaching Philosophy
Anelia is an English teacher who loves to draw letters. Since she was a child she has been in love with letters. It is a lifelong romance, filled with action, intrigue, and curiosity.
Learning a language is a creative art and it can give a student freedom to deeply understand new cultures through its use, or to help advance career prospects, and achieve greater potential. A teacher is an artist who helps a student create his/her masterpiece, where letters and sounds can be read, heard, written, and spoken.
In her classes, Anelia uses a variety of teaching techniques and activities. These include incorporating cultural artifacts, playful collage, music, vision boards, photography, and other materials and mediums. Her aim is to spark imagination, awaken curiosity, and foster creative thinking. She inspires and motivates her students to become better learners by taking risks, and being fearless when expressing themselves when learning.
Through the utilization of creative content, she helps students learn better, be more engaged, and have more fun. Having fun is essential, as positive learning experiences result in better skills retention.
Creativity is a habit that takes time and effort to bloom. It is a lifelong skill that opens its doors for professional and personal growth.