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Creativity and Education

  • ID: 4031535
  • Book
  • 1352 pages
  • SAGE Publications Ltd
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This four-volume Major Work brings together seminal articles and research studies in the field of creativity, drawing from educational and psychological research.

The collection focuses on creativity in the classroom, the roles of educators and students, how creative processes relate to education and learning, and an analysis of the socio-cultural contexts for creativity in education.

Critical issues, such as the relationship between intelligence and creativity, and motivation, are also explored. Articles are supported with a context-setting introduction from renowned creativity scholar Mark Runco.

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VOLUME ONE: DEFINITIONS OF CREATIVITY FOR EDUCATION

The Standard Definition of Creativity Mark A. Runco and Garrett J. Jaeger

Still Useful after All These Years: A Review of Wallach & Kogan’s Modes of Thinking in Young Children (1965) and Wallach & Wing’s The Talented Student (1969) Mark A. Runco

Intelligence? Creativity? A Parsimonious Reinterpretation of the Wallach-Kogan Data Lee J. Cronbach

Children's Divergent Thinking and Creative Ideation Mark A. Runco

Convergent and Divergent Measurement of Creativity in Children William C. Ward

Comparison of Competing Theories about Ideation and Creativity Ivonne Chand O’Neal, Mark A. Runco and Sue Hyeon Paek

The Threshold Theory Regarding Creativity and Intelligence: An Empirical Test with Gifted and Nongifted Children Mark A. Runco and Robert S. Albert

The Relationship between Creativity and Androgyny When Moderated by an Intelligence Threshold Jodi B. Weinstein and Philip Bobko

Cognition and Creativity Mark A. Runco and Ivonne Chand

A Longitudinal Examination of the Fourth Grade Slump in Creativity E. Paul Torrance

Role of Hemisphericity in Performance on Selected Measures of Creativity E. Paul Torrance and Salah Mourad

The Role of Creativity in Identification of the Gifted and Talented E. Paul Torrance

Personal Creativity: Definition and Developmental Issues Mark A. Runco

Education for Creative Potential Mark A. Runco

Developmental Trends in the Evaluative and Divergent Thinking of Children Robyn E. Charles and Mark A. Runco

The Creativity Crisis: The Decrease in Creative Thinking Scores on the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking Kyung Hee Kim

Motivation and Creativity: The Context Effect David Elkind, Joann Deblinger and David Adler

Creativity and the Finding and Solving of Real-World Problems Shawn M. Okuda, Mark A. Runco and Dale E. Berger

A Hierarchical Framework for the Study of Creativity Mark A. Runco

Creativity and Education Mark A. Runco

Education and Creativity Daniel Fasko, Jr

Operant Theories of Insight, Originality, and Creativity Daniel Fasko, Jr

Creativity: The Hub of Real Achievement Mark A. Runco

An Analysis of Creativity Jill Forster

Creative Thinking and Creative Performance in Israeli Students Mel Rhodes

VOLUME TWO: TEACHERS & TEACHING AND ENHANCEMENT

Obstacles to Personal Creativity among University Students Eunice M.L. Soriano de Alencar

Teaching Creativity: Current Findings, Trends, and Controversies in the Psychology of Creativity Dean Keith Simonton

Two-Dimensional Education: Fostering the “Prepared Mind” for Creativity Arthur Cropley and Iourri Gribov

Evaluating the Creativity of Children's Ideas Mark A. Runco and Luiz Vega

The Evaluative, Valuative, and Divergent Thinking of Children Mark A. Runco

Original Thinking in Preschool Children: A Validation of Ideational Fluency Measures EunSook Hong and Roberta M. Milgram

Curiosity of Gifted Children and Performance on Timed and Untimed Tests of Creativity E. Paul Torrance

Relationships among Private Speech and Creativity in Head Start and Low–Socioeconomic Status Preschool Children Martha Daugherty and C. Stephen White

Part One: Teachers

Creativity: Asset or Burden in the Classroom? Erik L. Westby and V.L. Dawson

Parents’ and Teachers’ Implicit Theories of Children’s Creativity: A Cross-Cultural Perspective Mark A. Runco, Diane J. Johnson and M.K. Raina

Teaching Creativity at the College Level: A Synthesis of Curricular Components Perceived as Important by Instructors Kay S. Bull, Diane Montgomery and Lynda Baloche

Implicit Theories of Creativity: Teachers’ Perception of Student Characteristics in Hong Kong David W. Chan and Lai-Kwan Chan

A Cross-Cultural Comparison: Teachers’ Conceptualizations of Creativity Ji Zhou, Jiliang Shen, Xinghua Wang, Heinz Neber and Ikuma Johjia

Student and Faculty Perceptions of Innovative Teaching Kristina Jaskyte, Heidi Taylor and Robert Smariga
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