The Personal Narratives Project is being led and coordinated by Creative Academic, a not for profit, community-based educational social enterprise, whose purpose is to champion creativity, in all its manifestations, in higher education.
This collaborative learning process is for anyone who would like to share their understandings of their personal creativity and its role in their own development. Questions we are interested in exploring include:
Participants have the freedom to choose when to start and finish their narrative and to design a methodology to achieve the twin objectives of
1 A developmental context for self-study. It can be in any aspect of your life - work, education, family, hobbies, sport, community, travel, illness or any other aspect of your life. It is envisaged that processes for personal development will last for between 3 to 12 months to enabled development to be recognised.
2 You create your own narrative of your developmental process in whatever way is meaningful and useful to you using any medium for example - diary, scrapbook, blog, audio or video recordings, animation or any other technology assisted means.
3 You will develop your own criteria for describing and making sense of your creativity and attempt to recognise when, where, how and why you are creative in your developmental process.
4 To use your narrative of learning and development to create a chapter for the Creativity in Development: Personal Narratives E-Book hosted by this website. You can use a variety of formats including text, audio, video, photographs and illustrations.
Chapters should be submitted to the project coordinators who will also offer support and guidance.
Norman Jackson & Chrissi Nerantzi Co-Convenors
Site last updated 06/06/15
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