Creativity and education

  • 127 Pages
  • 1.12 MB
  • English

Australia International Press and Publications , Melbourne
Creative thin
Statementedited by Warren R. Lett.
SeriesInternational series
ContributionsLett, Warren Robert.
LC ClassificationsLB1062 .C724
The Physical Object
Pagination127 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4667285M
ISBN 100909103038, 0909103046
LC Control Number77557836

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my students find it initally difficult to be creative and to let go with their creative side. Creativity, Education and the Arts Harris, A. (Ed) This series emerges out of recent rapid advances in creativity- and arts-informed research in education that seeks to reposition creativity studies within (and in conversation with) education as a multi- and interdisciplinary field.

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