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Creativity in the disciplines

Page history last edited by Norman Jackson 11 years, 4 months ago

Creativity in the disciplines

If creativity is central to being, then higher education needs to understand what it means to be creative in the many domains it embraces e.g. historian, biologist, lawyer, engineer or any other disciplinary field of endeavour. We need to raise awareness of what creativity means in these different contexts and encourage educators to support forms of learning that will enable students to develop the forms of creativity that are most appropriate for their field(s) of study and practice.

 

Developing subject perspectives on creativity in higher education

Norman Jackson and Malcolm Shaw (2006)

in N Jackson et al (eds) Developing Creativity in Higher Education: an imaginative curriculum Routledge

08_Higher Education570.pdf

 

Examples of what creativity means in disciplinary learning and practice

Creativity_Working_Paper_Earth_Sciences.doc

Creativity_Working_Paper_Engineering.doc

Creativity_Working_Paper_History.doc

Creativity_Working_Paper_Medicine.doc

Creativity_Working_Paper_Modern Languages.doc

Creativity_Working_Paper_Social_Work.doc

ART&DESIGNSURVEY.doc

TOURISM WORKING PAPER.doc 

WORK CREATIVITY & REFLECTION IN THE PERFORMING ARTS.doc

 

 

 

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