Episode 2. Learning and creativity with Helen Murray

Updated: Oct 26, 2020

In this episode of the Creativity for All Podcast – the first guest episode of Series 1 about the origin of creativity – I'm talking to Helen Murray

Helen is passionate about facilitating learning and development and is a qualified teacher and education development advisor. She’s also a home-educating parent who values freedom, self-direction and consent in education.

She's interested in learning as a creative process, which makes her the ideal first guest on my show. She’s an original thinker and in the seven years I’ve known her, there isn’t a single conversation we’ve had that hasn’t left me with food for thought, especially on the subject of creativity.

Helen and I talk about active learning, how to encourage children to be creative, about boredom as a trigger for creativity and the freedom to be creative, among many other topics, so I hope you will enjoy our conversation.

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The Creativity for All Podcast is sponsored by Blue as an Orange, where we believe in creativity through communication and offer mentoring and coaching for aspiring writers, tailored language tuition for individuals and companies, and editing/translation services.

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