CCW’s exciting new collaborative initiative with the professional and educational
sectors in Japan.
Active learning through project‐based enquiry is central to the creative curriculum
in higher education. Students not only learn to solve set problems in a creative
way, but they also develop the ability to identify and to redefine problems and to
raise and address appropriate issues. Many of the skills and attributes required for
creative employment, such as creativity, problem‐solving, independence, innovation,
enterprise and collaborative working are embedded within the creative learning
process, together with more tacit skills such as resourcefulness and handling
ambiguity. This new imitative with creative and academic conceptual and pedagogic
thinkers in Japan opens up a world of new opportunities for Graphic Design
Communication staff and students at Chelsea.