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Children’s Creativity at School: Learning to Produce Multimedia Stories

  • Laura Anastasio Forcisi
  • Françoise Decortis
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 826)

Abstract

The study presented here has two objectives: on the one hand, we seek to understand how a resource system is structured to serve creativity, and on the other hand we try to identify the patterns that are inherent in the cycle of the creative activity of imagination. The reference situation, which is based on the creation of a collective tale following a school trip, is analyzed through the prism of the instrumental approach to provide an anthropocentric point of view on the technique (Rabardel 1995). We use models NAM (Decortis 2008) and MARO (Bationo-Tillon 2013) to take into account the diversity of the instruments (instructions of the teacher, interactions of the pupils, resource sheet, text, illustration, etc.) in posing classes of situation to map the creative and narrative activity.

Keywords

Children Narration Text Reader Author Creativity Scheme Instrumental approach 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Laboratoire Paragraphe, Equipe C3UUniversité Saint-DenisSaint-Denis CedexFrance

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