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Pretend Play and Creative Processes. Russ, S. et.al (2013)

Abstract-The authors contend that many cognitive abilities and affective processes important in creativity also occur in pretend play and that pretend play in childhood affects the development of creativity in adulthood. They discuss a variety of theories and...

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Creative Climate as a means to promote creativity in the classroom. Szarka, S. (2012)

Abstract- The concept of creativity has been the subject of much research since the 1950s. These theories mainly focus on individual, personal characteristics of creativity. However, in the past few decades this person-centred spectrum of creativity has been broadened, and...

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Play, Imagination, and Creativity: A Brief Literature Review. Tsuai, K. (2012)

The ultimate goal for education is to help students develop their capabilities and in turn to maximize their potentials into practical uses in everyday life. In fact, teachers are critical resources at their disposal to facilitate maximum students learning experience and to release students’ potentials in classrooms. It is believed that creativity is...

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Progression in Creativity: Developing new forms of assessment Background Paper for the OECD conference "Educating for Innovative Societies". Lucas, B. et.al (2012)

In Spring 2011, Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE) in partnership with the OECD Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) commissioned the Centre for Real-World Learning (CRL) at The University of Winchester to undertake research to establish the viability of...

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Children and creativity: a most (un)likely pair? Glaveanu, V. (2011)

Abstract- This article addresses the question of whether children are or are not creative by exploring the assumptions underlying each possible answer. It is argued that our position regarding children’s creativity steams from larger systems of...

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Fostering Creativity through Education—A Conceptual Framework of Creative Pedagogy. Lin, S. (2011)

Abstract-Capacities and qualities of creativity have been identified by researchers and strategies in fostering children’s creative thinking skills were proposed to create supportive environments in an...

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BORN CREATIVE. Edited by Tims, C. (2010)

In a way, it is strange to be talking about creativity. Why should we be in a position of having to justify something that is at the heart of human thought, activity, endeavour and emotion? The explanation can be found in the documents and rationales that have bombarded...

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Teachers – formation, training and identity: a literature review. Mentor, I. (2010)

Abstract- Children, regardless of their background, to experience and access the diverse range of cultural activities in England because these opportunities can enhance their aspirations, achievements...

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The rhetoric’s of Creativity: a literature review 2nd Edition. Banji, S. et al. (2010)

Academics, policy-makers and arts educators deploy a range of claims about creativity which emerge from different theories of learning, different contexts (artistic, bureaucratic, pedagogic, political), different artistic traditions (fine arts, popular arts, different art forms, commercial art), different academic or...

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