• If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • You already know Dokkio is an AI-powered assistant to organize & manage your digital files & messages. Very soon, Dokkio will support Outlook as well as One Drive. Check it out today!



This version was saved 12 years, 7 months ago View current version     Page history
Saved by Norman Jackson
on April 22, 2011 at 4:14:37 pm


Nurturing Creativity in Higher Education: an imaginative curriculum

This wiki is maintained by the Surrey Centre for Excellence in Professional Training and Education (SCEPTrE) at the University of Surrey to support the exchange of ideas, research and practices between members of the imaginative curriculum network and anyone else who wants to help students and higher education teachers realise their creative potential. 

Join the imaginative curriculum network - for people who care about students' creative development.

Please contact norman.jackson@surrey.ac.uk if you would like to add resources.

  Imaginative Curriculum Network Information Note 2004.pdf


Conceptual thinking

Keynote - Paul Kleiman - A Delicate Balance: nurturing creativity in a time of crisis Jan 2011

Developing Creativity through Lifewide Education       Presentation

The Wicked Problem of Creativity in Higher Education

Making sense of creativity in higher education

A model of 42 models of creativity Richard Greene

New Opportunities for Media Enabled Learning through a Life-Wide Curriculum

Towards transformation: conceptions of creativity in higher education Paul Kleiman August 2010

Creativity in Higher Education Whats the Problem SEDA Educational Developments March 2006  

Developing creativity in higher education   Presentation


August 2010 Creativity-based intellectual property education Miyagi National College of Technology

Masahiko Itoh*, Yasuo Utsumi†, Hiroshi Sakuraba‡, Katsuhiko Suzuki§, Kazuya Konno**, Tomoaki Endo††, Keunyoung Pak‡‡

Miyagi National College of Technology, Natoria, Miyagi, Japan

August 2010 Creative and Critical Thinking: Assessing the Foundations of a Liberal Arts Education

Final Project Report



6th Education in a Changing Environment Conference, Creativity and Engagement in Higher Education, The University of Salford July 6-8th 2011

The Creativity and Work Conference: Transfer and transformation of learning between education and work - VIDEO RESOURCES Friday 12th November 2010

Educating for the real world September 29th University of Surrey

Creative Thinking : Re-imagining the university Galway Ireland June 10/11th

The Creative Campus: campus as classrooom  May 19th  

Life-wide learning conference University of Surrey April 13-14 2010

Mapping creativity in higher education in Ireland  Dublin March 2010



Fostering Creativity: A diagnostic approach for higher education and organisations  August 2010

Arthur Cropley and David Cropley

Everyday Creativity: and new views on human nature August 2010

Edited by Ruth Richards

Developing Creativity in Higher Education: an imaginative curriculum

Edited by Norman Jackson et al


Creative Academy

Guide to facilitating creative thinking in groups


Creative Interventions NTFS Project

The Creative Interventions project is exploring how work-related learning in the public and third sectors encountered during a creative arts higher education, is valued and fostered by students, tutors and employers.

FINAL REPORT.pdf January 2011





Ken Robinson - we need a revolution in education May 2010 TED

YouTube plugin error


RSA Animate videos produced by cognitive media  create new meaning  

Secret powers of time Philip Zimbardo

YouTube plugin error

 What motivates us? Daniel Pink

YouTube plugin error


Its not enough to be creative - we need a whole lot of other things if we are to be succesful in using our creativity

YouTube plugin error


Creative solution for encouraging others to be creative   

YouTube plugin error


Finding your element - Sir Ken Robinson

YouTube plugin error  

YouTube plugin error

 Sir Ken Robinson on creativity in education

YouTube plugin error

An imaginative curriculum - why cant we do it in HE?

YouTube plugin error






wordpress hit counter

View My Stats 

Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.