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The FRC is a collaborative organization open to exploring partnerships for our work in identifying, collecting, and translating the best research in creativity and motivation for disseminating practical uses of that research for both the education and business/corporate worlds.

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The FRC is proudly collaborating with E-LaBS in translating research in MBE (Mind, Brain, and Education) related to creativity and motivation.

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The FRC partners with various Colleges, Schools, Departments, and Organizations within Drexel University in identifying the most appropriate research in creativity and motivation within their disciplines and translating the language of the research for use across other fields and disciplines, as well as developing tools for use by FRC end users. Click the Drexel Dragon for specific partners.

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Working with current teachers and school leadership in the School District of Philadelphia on translating creativity and motivation research into lessons for use in PK-12 schools is critical to the purpose of the FRC. Use the 'Contact Us' link if you'd like to join us in our work!

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The IMU promotes social justice by helping people to become more confident in their creative capacities to address the educational, social and economic challenges they face today and in the future. Blending experiences in working directly with Burmese students in learning to constructively express their emotions using visual art and IMU's workshops in helping children and adults understand the relationship between wellbeing and creativity, the IMU/FRC partnership provides education teachers and leaders infuse the competencies creative problem-solving, creative leadership and creative teaching skills into their institutions and classrooms.