Creative learning for skills development and personal growth
I use my research interests, skills and life experience to develop creative learning experiences for a broad range of people, from heritage leaders to high school students. I am also committed to facilitating public engagement with history and culture, and work with cultural, pedagogical and technology innovators to bring transformative learning solutions to life. Bespoke workshops and courses are designed to strengthen cultural sensitivity, empathy and creative intelligence. My teaching portfolio includes:
- Inspiration days for teachers, museum professionals and independent educators
- Motivational speaking for young people (16-21yrs)
- Workshops on art and identity
- Life skills training for young people (16-21yrs)
- Oxbridge preparation sessions & academic mentoring
- Essay writing top-up (undergraduate level)
Please contact me if you would like to find out about my teaching or would like to collaborate on an educational project.
A Few Client Testimonials
Deborah Richardson, Centre Director, Villiers Park Education Trust (UK)
It is extremely rare for Scholars to rate a course 100% Good or Excellent, so to achieve that with both the Hastings and Swindon groups is testimony to Temi’s hard work, enthusiasm and dedication…the students derived great benefit, Temi was mentioned by students as the best thing about the course and some comments included:
“I enjoyed the entirety of Temi’s sessions, they were inspiring and wonderful”
“Temi made me reconsider my life and how I manage it. I feel I have matured and am ready to become a better person”
“Temi was amazing, she opened my mind to brilliant concepts and ideas”
Rikke Halberg, Lecturer in English and History, Christianshavn Gymnasium, Copenhagen (Denmark)
I worked with Temi on a school project in Copenhagen, Denmark. Temi is an expert in the field of teaching slavery black representation by using new and alternative sources of material and she gave the most inspiring presentation, first to a group of 28 teenagers and later to the English and History teachers of the school. Temi’s presentation opened up for many interesting discussions and shed light on a subject that is sometimes difficult to teach without losing some of its nuances and complexity. I would recommend Temi to others in my professional network any day.
Bertha Rex Coley, lecturer, Gefion Gymnasium, Copenhagen (Denmark)
I asked Temi Odumosu to talk to my class of students (aged 17-18), as part of a multidisciplinary project between the subjects art, English and history. Temi gave a presentation on how images of Africans create and sustain stereotypes, and she engaged the students in debate on the topic. Temi’s presentation was professional, energetic, direct and creative. The students were both provoked, engaged, understood and taken seriously – a truly great combination.