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Creativity policy, partnerships and practice in education / Kim Snapvangers, Pat Thomson, Anne Harris, editors
Bib ID 7887055
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Online Access
Description Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] 
1 online resource. 
ISBN 9783319967257 ((electronic bk.))
3319967258 ((electronic bk.))
Invalid ISBN 9783319967240
Series

Creativity, education and the arts.

Full contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Praise for Creativity Policy, Partnerships and Practice in Education; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Evolving Ecologies: Creative Policy, Partnerships and Practice in Education; Why Policy, Partnerships, Practice; Creative Ecologies; Organisation of This Book; References; Part I: Policy; 2: What Did Creative Partnerships Achieve?: A Review of the Creative Partnerships (CP) Research Archive; Creative Partnerships and Its Research Commitments; Reviewing the CP Archive; Creative Partnerships Claims for Impact
  • The Narrative Review of CP Research ExpandedCreative Learning; How Creative Learning Was Produced; Teacher Development; How Teacher Development Was Produced; Wellbeing; Work-Related and Vocational Learning; Youth Voice; Programmatic Lessons from CP Research; Our Conclusions About CP 'Evidence'; Appendix: CP Research; Summary Documents; Literature Reviews; School Attendance, Behaviour and Attainment; The Economy and Creative Industries; Extremism; Family and Supplementary Education; Learning and Creative Learning; Schools: Ethos, Wellbeing and Processes of School Change
  • Teachers, Creative Practitioners and PedagogyReferences; 3: Transforming Creative Classroom Contradictions Through Activity Theory Analysis; Introduction; Dilemmas of Creativity in the English Education Context; The Research; Understanding and Exploring Creative Processes in the Art and Design Classroom; But What Lens Could Be Applied to Explore Creativity in the Art and Design Classroom?; Choosing Activity Theory; Deciphering the Activity Theory System: The Subject; The Rules, Community and Divisions of Labour
  • The Use of Activity Theory for Identifying Contradictions Within the Art and Design ClassroomIdentity Contradictions; Rule Contradictions; Object as Product Contradictions; Transforming the Creative Contradictions; Aggravating Identity; Aggravating the Rules; Aggravating Outcomes Through the Exploration of the Creative Process; The Potential Space of the Creative Classroom; Activity Theory as a Transformational Lens; References; 4: Creative Agency / Creative Ecologies; Absorb (Vessel); Analyse (Micro); Micro Conditions; Interpret (Macro); Connecting to the Macro; Synthesise (Ecosystem)
  • Creative Agency and Intercultural ResearchTowards Creative Communities; References; 5: Value-Adding in Higher Education: Complementary Contexts for Learning Creativities; Introduction; Learning Creativity in Higher Education (HE); Why Should Students Learn Creativity?; The Status Quo. How Is Creativity Being Taught and Learned in Contemporary Contexts?; What Are the Challenges and Opportunities?; Alternative Spaces and Contexts for Learning and Teaching in HE; Why Should Alternative Spaces and Contexts Be Utilised?; Benefits for Learning; Challenges of Managing Positive Learning Outcomes
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed November 7, 2018).

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Creative ability.  |  Education.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Snepvangers, Kim, editor  |  Thomson, Pat, editor  |  Harris, Anne M., editor  |  EBSCOhost

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