Teaching outside the lines : developing creativity in every learner / Douglas A. JohnsonPublisher: New Delhi: Corwin, 2015Description: xi, 130 pISBN: 9781483370163Subject(s): Creative ability | Creative thinking | Creative teaching | Creative ability in childrenDDC classification: 370.118 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: how did Vasco da Gama spark my interest in creativity? -- The rise of creative class(room) : why is creativity no longer a "nice -- Extra" in education? -- I can't define it, but I know it when I see it : what is creativity anyway? -- The one-right-answer testing mentality : why are schools failing to produce creative graduates? -- The dog chupacabra ate my homework : what is the theory of multiple creative abilities? -- A job not worth doing is not worth doing well : what are the attributes of projects that help instill creativity? -- List three right answers : what are some simple ways teachers can promote creative thinking every day? -- Just because it's pretty doesn't mean it's original : does technology enhance or diminish creativity? -- Technology and Bloom's taxonomy -- Not everything that counts can be measured : can? or should? -- I stole the idea from the Internet : how can educators become more professionally creative? -- Change is good, you go first : why do we love creativity but fear creative people?