This 50-minute workshop aims to help colleagues to explore or revisit deep underpinning assumptions and values they enact in their professional teaching practices. It intends to cut across all four conference themes but using innovation as a rooting notion. It is designed in a form of two reflection-yielding exercises that use real and mental creative images to unlock creative potential for developing authentic practice approaches to effective student learning and support aligning with deep individual values and collective motivations (Webb, 2023). Theoretically, the workshop will be underpinned by the research on value of imagination as simultaneously a necessary condition and the most valuable resource for a renewal of professional calling, responsibility and motivation in value-driven and humanity-centred actions. It is designed to stimulate a wider sharing conversation around questions such us: what underpins the innovativeness of UWS Curriculum Framework practices, and how we can use images to guide innovative T&L/support practices.