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Event Title: Kidz Think!

Date: March - April

Venue: Birzebbuga Primary School 

Event Details: Kidz Think! was a project launched in collaboration with Birzebbuga Primary School in Malta. The aim behind the project was to entice parents to work on creative projects with their children. The idea was that the children and parents can identify pockets where they can practice items for creativity moving away from the thought that creativity is mainly related to the practice of craft activities and art.

During the course of four sessions which were conducted by Dr Margaret Mangion, the pupils and parents explored areas of ideation, creative story writing using randomly picked words, and elements of creative problem solving. The eight year old pupils thoroughly enjoyed the sessions and perform confidently at the creative tasks.

An exhibition of the creative outputs produced during this project was held during WCIW.

Organised by: The Edward de Bono Institute in collaboration with Birzebbuga Primary School. 


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