Bosse Larsson is a Swedish teacher, trainer and concept developer. He has extensive experience developing creative thinking and learning with primary and secondary students, and is a sought-after keynote speaker and workshop leader.
He graduated from the university in 1985 and went on to work as a teacher, senior leader and then mentor for trainee teachers. In 2000, he began to specialise in supporting secondary school dropouts and students with special educational needs.
Bosse has given presentations, keynotes and led workshops both nationally and internationally, and has worked with staff training from pre-school to further education. The main themes of his work focus on creativity, future skills, thinking habits, thinking tools, Dweck’s mindset, motivation and feedback. Key titles include ”Learning to Learn” and ”Thinking about thinking.”
Bosse has attended courses in de Bono's ”Six Thinking Hats” and "Serious creativity and lateral thinking" at the World Centre Of New Thinking in Malta. He is also a leading member of the team that organises TEDx events in Norrköping, Sweden.
Feedback from Bosse’s presentations at the International Conferences on Thinking, Kuala Lumpur, 2009, Belfast, 2011, Wellington 2013:
Twitter: "Showed that TEDx last week already. :) Much enjoyed by our staff." " I am showing your TEDx talk to staff tomorrow! Should be a great dialogue starter!
"Stunning presentation from . TY for being generous with your time in answering our questions afterward." "You should have been a keynote!" "Really enjoyed your session, lots to think about before I'm back in the classroom next week."
"Excellent presentation, interesting content, clear goal, sense-making..."
"Good energy in the room, audience interaction, relaxed presentation style" International Conference On Thinking, Kuala Lumpur 2009, Belfast 2011
”Very thoughtful & inspiring! Useful, concrete, hands-on strategies for thinking about the learning process of children (and adults” ”Interesting - inspiring - I want to learn more!” ”The brain as a muscle - there is hope!”
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