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Fostering Creativity with IPad

Explore how the iPad can support learners with the elements of the creative process: brainstorming, gathering inspirational resources and telling compelling stories. You will learn how to apply the creative process to your lessons to help your learners develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. This fun and information session will help you generate innovative ideas and lesson plans that will engage and motivate your learners.

Who is the seminar aimed at?

  • Teachers,
  • classroom assistants,
  • student teachers,
  • Support for Learning staff - both primary and secondary.

Please bring along your own iPad. Apps required: One Note, Keynote, Pages, Numbers, Clips, iMovie - please get in touch if there is a problem providing an iPad, we may be able to offer one from our training bank.



5:30pm - 7:00pm
1st March 2018

University of Edinburgh

Meet your presenter(s)

Craig Mill
Assistive Technology Advisor

Probably better known for developing the AccessApps, a suite of portable open source and free learning support tools that can be run from a USB drive.

Craig is also the developer of the awards winning MyStudyBar - a handy tool to support learners with literacy difficulties. Craig is keeping abreast of new developments in technology, particularly technology to help overcome barriers to learning.

Shirley Lawson
Assistive Technology and ASN Officer

I bring my teaching experience into my role at CALL as Development Officer for Assistive Technologies and Additional Support Needs. I lead the CALL Scotland Professional Learning and am focussing on providing a programme of relevant, quality assistive technology training to those working with children and young people with additional support needs and / or disabilities.

About the day


  • Room: 1.20, Paterson's Land, University of Edinburgh,
    Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AQ


  • Tea, coffee, water and biscuits.