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Creativity In Education

Author: Anna Craft
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780826448637
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A rounded, comprehensive, guide to issues of practice, pedagogy and policy concerned with creative education.

Creativity In Education

Author: Anna Craft
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1847144403
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A rounded, comprehensive, guide to issues of practice, pedagogy and policy concerned with creative education.

Creativity In Education

Author: Anna Craft
Publisher: Continuum Intl Pub Group
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A rounded, comprehensive, guide to issues of practice, pedagogy and policy concerned with creative education.

Creativity And Education

Author: Anne Harris
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137572248
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This book advances an environmental approach to enhancing creativity in schools, by interweaving educational creativity theory with creative industries environmental approaches. Using Anna Craft’s last book Creativity and Education Futures as a starting point, the book sets out an up-to-date argument for why education policy should be supporting a birth-to-workplace approach to developing creative skills and capacities that extends across the education lifespan. The book also draws on the voices of school teachers, students and leaders who suggest directions for the next generation of creative teachers and learners in a rapidly evolving global education landscape. Overall, the book argues that secondary schools must find a way to make more room for creative risk, innovation and imagination in order to adequately prepare students for creative workplaces and publics.

Creativity And Education

Author: Hugh Lytton
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0415675499
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The author gives a lucid account of creativity and its educational context. He discusses the creative process, the character of different kinds of creativity, creative people, developing creativity, and the creative child at school, to give his readers an understanding of the issues that home or school have to face in fostering a creative, non-habit-bound child. The book should be particularly welcome to all concerned with education in view of the present stress on child-centred education and on the development of individual children's abilities, especially their powers of original thought and search to the full.

Creativity And Education In China

Author: Carol A. Mullen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131735334X
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Published with Kappa Delta Pi, Creativity and Education in China takes readers on a journey through research-supported ideas and practical examples of creative and innovative schooling within a changing regime. Analyzing the consequences of exam-centric accountability on the creative and critical capacities of Chinese students, author Carol A. Mullen’s dynamic portrait of a country serves as both a cautionary tale and an inspiring example to emulate. Examining creative endeavors and breakthroughs within a competitive, globalized educational landscape, the chapters are organized around environmental and global issues impacting education, expressions of creativity within pre-K–12 schools in China, and creative innovation in higher education learning environments. Presenting captivating cases from the field, the book offers novel approaches to fostering creativity as a natural, integrated part of high-stakes education systems in Eastern and Western cultures alike.

Creativity In Education

Author: Mahender Reddy Sarsani
Publisher: Sarup & Sons
ISBN: 9788176256025
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Papers presented at the National Seminar on Creativity in Education, held at Warangal during 24-25 March 2004.

Creative Education Teaching And Learning

Author: Gayle Brewer
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 1137402156
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Educators and education policy has increasingly acknowledged the value of creativity and creative approaches to education in particular. However, despite the recommendation that teachers adopt creative teaching techniques, few guidelines for the application of creative methods are available. Therefore, sharing practice is essential for creative education to become more widespread. Creative Education, Teaching and Learning highlights a range of innovative teaching techniques successfully employed by teachers from a range of disciplines and education levels. For example, chapters highlight the use of social networking sites, virtual games, film, book groups, board games, story telling, teddy bears, archival data, comedy, and art within education. The book also considers the extent to which students can extend their traditional role through the provision of peer support or employment as Research Interns or Teaching Assistants and is intended to support teachers from all disciplines, working with students at all levels.

Creativity In Education And Learning

Author: Cropley, Arthur (Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of Hamburg, Germany)
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136792961
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A study of creativity in the context of education, an issue of great importance for teachers and students alike. It considers just how creativity "works" and how it can be encouraged. The book has an international and an historical sweep, and features many examples.

Innovative Pedagogy

Author: Tatiana Chemi
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 946300968X
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The main purpose of this book is to take a closer look at how students and teachers in educational institutions apply the innovative, the playful and the emotional and creative dimensions of learning. With this contribution, the authors aim at reaching an international audience of educators at several levels, including primary and secondary schools, higher and adult education, university colleges, graduate, undergraduate and PhD schools. Driven by the common interest of the authors to reflect on emotions in education, the chapters in this book encompass multiple perspectives: the socio-cultural perspective that looks at interactions among individuals; the creation and recreation of the self and others; and the study of collaboration, change processes and aesthetic and creative learning. This anthology offers original empirical documentation and theoretical reflections on how pedagogical and educational changes might challenge or facilitate learning for students and educators. Besides its relevance within the education sector, the content presented here can be applied in non-formal learning environments, such as museums, cultural institutions, as well as other educational settings where emotions are largely stimulated and cultivated.