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Writing in Education - Vol. 45 - CPD


In this issue:

A Place for Words
Sarah Butler champions the work of writers involved with ambitious regeneration schemes, describing projects in Sunderland, Tintagel, Maidenhead and Hackney Wick.
After Scarcity
Rebecca O'Rourke considers questions of value in creative writing in education, in a quest to reconcile issues of excellence and opportunity.
Creative Writing Science
Mario Petrucci explores the teaching of creative writing through scientific ideas, linked to his activity pack for writers, universities and schools.
First Story
Katie Waldegrave outlines her plans for a writers in schools residency scheme, as already underway in London with support from eminent writers nationwide.
Free Software for Writers
Jason Curley offers a round up of what's on offer to help writers with their labours.
Teaching Creative Writing: the role of the tutor
Angela France considers the role of the tutor, examining the difference between traditional expectations of tutors as instructors and their role as 'agents of transformation'.
Tool Box... or Pandora's Box?
Peter Rumney gives a detailed, reflective account of a Creative Partnerships project working in collaboration with Steph Crawford of Dance 4, National Dance Agency, and pupils and staff at Jesse Boot School, Nottingham.

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