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Writing in Education - Vol. 40 - Cross-Artform Work

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In this issue:

Create: working across artforms
Nicky Goulder describes the work of the pioneering organization she founded in 2003.
Creative Writing?
Carl Tighe considers the history, place and future of the subject in universities.
Listen! Move! Draw! Write!
Glenda Cosenza reports on a project using music, movement and art to develop writing skills in Chicago elementary schools.
No Artform Is an Island
Philip Gross, Zélie Gross and Lydia Fulleylove give an account of cross-arts weekends at Northcourt, Isle of Wight.
Phonemes, Rime and Trendy Education
Fred Sedgwick challenges the obsession with measurement within our National Literacy Strategy.
Scene and Summary
Mollie Baxter provides the first in a series of writing exercises.
Spatial Form
Mario Petrucci offers a new way of looking at poetic form in schools and colleges.
The Art of Thinking
Mike Harris, in response to an article in the last issue advocating "unthinking" in schools' creative writing workshops, argues the opposite case.
Workshop note: Finding the poem
David Hart questions the formula of 'writing a poem about....'
Writing the Beauty Way
Rose Flint reflects on a Poetry Therapy Retreat at Canyon de Chelly, Arizona.