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Sunday, May 10 • 18:15 - 19:00
How to teach creativity and generate ideas for writing in class BEGRÄNSADE

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Creativity is in some sense making decisions and to be able to create, you must make decisions as simple as possible. Magnus Ljunggren has successfully designed a “story generator” that can help any child generate 1000 story embryos in just 10 minutes time. In this session Magnus will show you how the story generator works so that you can start applying it yourself as soon as you’re leaving the session, and he will share his experiences on creativity and story writing from using “the generator” during the last 10 years. Magnus Ljunggren has published 24 books and has more than 10 years of experience as a teacher.

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Magnus Ljunggren ماغنوس ليونغرين

Writer, Teacher كاتب ومدرس
Magnus Ljunggren is a 54 years old published author from Sweden. With more then 20 titles targeting such a wide age range of readers as 5 to 20 years. He writes all kind of books: picture books, adventurer’s, novels for young adults, and easy to read books for the early readers. Mr Ljunggren is a graduated drama teacher with ten years of experience in the Swedish school system – as a drama teacher as well as in charge of all of the schools... Read More →

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Abu Dhabi Education Council

Abu Dhabi Education Council
The Council seeks to develop education and educational institutions in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, implement innovative educational policies, plans and programs that aim to improve education, and support educational institutions and staff to achieve the objectives of national development in accordance with the highest international standards.

Sunday May 10, 2015 18:15 - 19:00
Tawasul تواصل ADNEC Abu Dhabi, UAE

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