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  • Author:
    Pat Thomson
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Pat Thomson is Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK, an Adjunct Professor at. .

Pat Thomson is Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK, an Adjunct Professor at the University of South Australia and a Visiting Professor at Deakin University, Australia.

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International Journal of Education & the Arts, August 2011. 1. Introduction Pat Thomson and Julian Sefton Green Section I: What are the Practices of Creative Learning? 2. Capturing the ‘Plaid’ Moment John Churchley 3. From the Other Side of the Fence Interview with Tony Lyng 4. What’s with the Artist?

Pat Thomson, Julian Sefton-Green. It is a common ambition in society and government to make young people more creative.

Pat Thomson, Julian Sefton-Green. These aspirations are motivated by two key concerns: to make experience at school more exciting, relevant, challenging and dynamic; and to ensure that young people are able and fit to leave education and contribute to the creative economy that will underpin growth in the twenty-first century. Transforming these common aspirations into informed practice is not easy.

Pat Thomson is Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK, an Adjunct Professor at the University of South Australia and a Visiting . Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Routledge Publication Date: 2010 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good. Pat Thomson, Julian Sefton-Green.

Recipients can read on any device. These eBooks can only be redeemed by recipients in your country. International Journal of Education & the Arts, August 2011. Pat Thomson is Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK, an Adjunct Professor at the University of South Australia and a Visiting Professor at Deakin University, Australia.

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It is a common ambition in society and government to make young people more creative. These aspirations are motivated by two key concerns: to make experience at school more exciting, relevant, challenging and dynamic; and to ensure that young people are able and fit to leave education and contribute to the creative economy that will underpin growth in the twenty-first century.

Transforming these common aspirations into informed practice is not easy. It can mean making many changes:

turning classrooms into more exciting experiences; introducing more thoughtful challenges into the curriculum; making teachers into different kinds of instructors; finding more authentic assessment processes; putting young people’s voices at the heart of learning.

There are programmes, projects and initiatives that have consistently attempted to offer such change and transformation. The UK programme Creative Partnerships is the largest of these, but there are significant initiatives in many other parts of the world today, including France, Norway, Canada and the United States. This book not only draws on this body of expertise but also consolidates it, making it the first methodological text exploring creativity.

Creative teaching and learning is often used as a site for research and action research, and this volume is intended to act as a textbook for this range of courses and initiatives. The book will be a key text for research in creative teaching and learning and is specifically directed at ITE, CPD, Masters and doctoral students.