Creative education, teaching, and learning : creativity, engagement, and the student experience / [edited by] Gayle Brewer, Senior Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire, UK, Russell Hogarth, Associate Lecturer and Honorary Fellow, University of Central Lancashire, UK.
Contributor(s): Brewer, Gayle [editor of compilation] | Hogarth, Russell [editor of compilation].Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: xix, 338 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781137402134 (hardback).Subject(s): Creative thinking -- Study and teaching | Creative teaching | Creative activities and seat work
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Educators and education policy has increasingly acknowledged the value of creativity and creative approaches to education in particular. However, despite the recommendation that teachers adopt creative teaching techniques, few guidelines for the application of creative methods are available. Therefore, sharing practice is essential for creative education to become more widespread. Creative Education, Teaching and Learning highlights a range of innovative teaching techniques successfully employed by teachers from a range of disciplines and education levels. For example, chapters highlight the use of social networking sites, virtual games, film, book groups, board games, story telling, teddy bears, archival data, comedy, and art within education. The book also considers the extent to which students can extend their traditional role through the provision of peer support or employment as Research Interns or Teaching Assistants and is intended to support teachers from all disciplines, working with students at all levels"-- Provided by publisher.
Machine generated contents note: -- PART I: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY1. Introduction to Digital Technology; Gayle Brewer2. Twitter in the Classroom: Harnessing Social Media to Enhance Second Language Acquisition; Judith Broadbridge and Ve;ronique Charriau3. From Cinema to the Classroom: A Critical Engagement with Madness in the Movies; The Comensus Writing Collective4. Using Poll Everywhere to Improve the Student Experience: Increasing Confidence and Encouraging Participation; Craig Laverick5. Video Assisted Feedback; Gayle Brewer6. Social Media in Education and the Community; Rory McDonald and Nicky Danino7. Learning in Virtual Worlds; Russell Gurbutt and Dawne Gurbutt8. Sockwashing, Service Use and Making Movies; Hannah Chamberlain9. From the Horse's Mouth: Working as a Digital Artist on Research Projects; Steve PoolPART II: NARRATIVE10. Introduction to Narratives; Gayle Brewer11. Reading the World: Developing Communities through Arts and Asset-Based Education; Lynn Shorter12. Somerstown Stories: Can Exploring a Narrative, Change a Community?; Sharon Court13. Digital Storytelling: Media That Makes a Difference; Liz Hardwick14. Paper, Pictures and Song: Learning Disabilities and Inclusion; Lucille Kennedy15. Telling Tales: Creating A Space For Stories In Practitioner Education; Dawne Gurbutt and Russell Gurbutt16. Fiction, Book Groups and Social Work Education; Amanda M.L. Taylor17. The Power of Storytelling as a Teaching Tool; Rona BarbourPART III: ART, GAMES AND STUDENT PARTNERS18. Introduction to Art, Games, and Student Partners; Gayle Brewer19. Art By Design: Projects in Culture and Identity; David Knight20. Developing a Teddy Bear Clinic: A Framework for Involving Child Service Users in a Nursing Curriculum; Linda Sanderson21. Telling Lives: The Drama of Asylum Archives; Eric Northey22. The Game as a Talking Tool: Using a Board Game for Creative Consultation, Engagement and Inclusion; Bev Lamey and Carol Bristow23. What Did the Romans Ever Do For Us! The Role of Comedy in Learning, Development and Education; Jim Thomas24. Undergraduate Research Internships: Engaging Students in the Co-Creation of Research; Helen Hewertson25. Inspired Students, Inspiring Students: The Value of Peer Assisted Learning; Vikki Cook and Christy Evans26. Can Arts-Based Education Help Re-Engage Excluded Learners? A Case Study of an Arts-Based Programme Aimed At Enhancing Educational Engagement; Claire Kinsella, Linda K. Kaye, and Dave Putwain27. Learning Partnership and Teaching Partnership: Work-Related Learning in Higher Education; Rachel Cunliffe and Michael Wysocki28. Democratic Learning for Democratic Practice: Co-Operation and Deliberation; Mick McKeown, Lynda Carey, Christine Rhodes and Fiona JonesConcluding Comments; Gayle Brewer and Russell Hogarth.
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