CREATIVITY IN DEVELOPMENT E-BOOKS
Creativity in Development:
A Higher Education Perspective
The most important educational challenge facing all universities, is fundamentally a developmental challenge focused on the question of how we prepare learners for the challenges they will face in their future lives. This contribution this book makes towards understanding this challenge is to examine the role of creativity in developmental processes. This is a matter of concern to everyone involved in the ongoing development of themselves and the development of educational practices, policies, resources and infrastructures that impact on students' learning and development. The multiple perspectives offered in this book have been gained through surveys and interview-based studies. It's value lies in the creation of a more comprehensive picture of this phenomenon amongst people involved in the development of educational practices. Chapters will be published as they are completed between May-December 2014: ideally one chapter each month.
Creativity in Development: A Higher Education Perspective by Norman Jackson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
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The Developmental Challenge:
Educational Developer Perspectives on Creativity and its role in Development: Results of an Email Inquiry
Educational Developer Perspectives on Creativity: Results of an On-line Questionnaire Survey
Jenny Willis and Norman Jackson
'Limerick Creatives': Views of HE Teachers on Everyday Creativity
Norman Jackson and Jenny Willis
Creativity in Development: Personal Narratives
This book will comprise a number of narratives constructed around the theme of creativity in development. Anyone can contribute a chapter and participants have the freedoms to choose when to start and finish their narrative and to design their own methodology to achieve the twin objectives of:
1) creating a narrative that describes their developmental process within which creative thoughts and actions are identified and recorded
2) growing collective understandings of personal creativity in developmental processes as participants share their understandings with other participants through the participants' forum. Chapters will be published during 2014-15 .
Creativity in Development Personal Narratives by Lifewide Education is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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