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Creative Education, Teaching and Learning

Creativity, Engagement and the Student Experience

  • Gayle Brewer
  • Russell Hogarth
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Introduction: Creativity and Education

  3. Digital Technology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 9-9
    2. Gayle Brewer
      Pages 11-14
    3. Gayle Brewer
      Pages 51-60
    4. Rory McDonald, Nicky Danino
      Pages 61-72
    5. Russell Gurbutt, Dawne Gurbutt
      Pages 73-82
    6. Hannah Chamberlain
      Pages 83-91
  4. Narrative

  5. Art, Games and Student Partners

  6. Concluding Comments

    1. Gayle Brewer, Russell Hogarth
      Pages 334-334
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 335-338

About this book

Introduction

Educators and education policy has increasingly acknowledged the value of creativity and creative approaches to education in particular. This book highlights a range of innovative teaching techniques successfully employed by teachers from a range of disciplines and education levels in order to share knowledge regarding creative education.

Keywords

Creative Education teaching learning creativity Digital Storytelling higher education social media Twitter

Editors and affiliations

  • Gayle Brewer
    • 1
  • Russell Hogarth
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Central LancashireUK

About the editors

Gayle Brewer, University of Central Lancashire, UK Russell Hogarth, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Judith Broadbridge, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Véronique Charriau, University of Rennes, France The Comensus Writing Collective, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Craig Laverick, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Rory McDonald, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Nicky Danino, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Russell Gurbutt, Leeds University, UK.  Dawne Gurbutt, University of Central Lancashire, UK Hannah Chamberlain, Barrage Media, UK.  Steve Pool, Poly-Technic, UK.  Lynn Shorter, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Sharon Court, University of Portsmouth, UK.  Liz Hardwick, Digienable, UK.  Lucille Kennedy, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Amanda M.L. Taylor, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Rona Barbour, The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, UK.  David Knight, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Linda Sanderson, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Eric Northey, Arts for Recovery, UK Bev Lamey, University of Central Lancashire, UK Carol Bristow, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, UK.  Jim Thomas, Skills for Care, UK.  Helen Hewertson, University of Central Lancashire, UK Vikki Cook, University of Central Lancashire, UK Christy Evans, University of Central Lancashire, UK Claire Kinsella, Edge Hill University, UK.  Linda K. Kaye, Edge Hill University, UK Dave Putwain, Edge Hill University, UK.  Rachel Cunliffe, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Michael Wysocki, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Mick McKeown, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  Lynda Carey, Edge Hill University, UK.  Christine Rhodes, University of Huddersfield, UK.  Fiona Jones, University of Central Lancashire, UK.  

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Reviews

'Good teaching is never just about imparting information, but rather about enabling students to think creatively. This is a fascinating exploration of the role of creativity in education, and the long-term benefits it offers both to the individual and to society as a whole. It is an immensely valuable resource for anyone wishing to encourage and enhance creativity in the classroom.' - Clare Allan, author of Poppy Shakespeare and Everything is Full of Dogs.