What's so funny about the imagination? Four ways humour encourages students to be creative
by Matt Stanton
ACCESS, Vol. 30, Issue 4, 2016, pp. 4-9.
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Matt Stanton is a bestselling children's author and illustrator. His books are published all over the world. Matt is a regular at the Sydney Writers Festival and has appeared at the Somerset Celebration of Literature, the NSW Writers Centre and countless schools, libraries and preschools, presenting talks on creativity, publishing, motivation and of course his hilarious writing/drawing workshops.
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