Creativity in Education
Hopefully, the start of a proper understanding and implementation of creativity in education.
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9 May 2010
Looking at all aspects of creativity in education and learning but especially with the view to :
- Understand and demonstrate that creativity is not simply an 'artistic' mode of thought but that it can be applied in many different circumstances.
- Demonstrate that creativity is a genuinely unique paradigm of cognition that operates a number of cognitive sub-processes to create new 'thoughts'.
- Explore how creativity can enable learning (and self learning).
- Explore how creativity can be developed and even taught at all educational levels.
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- Creativity in Education - an Introduction
new embedded content added to the cloud The Case for Creativity in Education by Derek Jones on 2 July 2011
- "Superb link, Barry - like it a lot.
I also totally agree with what you say about writing to think -...
added to iCreaNet - Creativity Research by Derek Jones on 10 April 2011
- "Thanks to the original poster for this...
added to iCreaNet - Creativity Research by Barry Sponder on 9 April 2011
- "Mostly @ Derek
Thank you for sharing your thoughts, and I like your input. I completely agree that...
added to iCreaNet - Creativity Research by Asger Harlung on 7 April 2011