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Socratic dialogue as a teaching and research method for co-creativity?

  title={Socratic dialogue as a teaching and research method for co-creativity?},
  author={Keith Stenning and Alexander Schmoelz and Heather Wren and Elias Stouraitis and Theodore Scaltsas and Konstantinos Alexopoulos and Amelie Aichhorn},
  journal={Digital Culture \& Education},
We sketch a theory of creativity which centres on the framing of activity by repetitive thinking and action, and sees creativity as divergences from these routines which is thereby framed against them. Without a repetitive frame creativity is impossible. Mere repetition is not creative, even if new. Creativity disrupts a frame, purposefully. Socratic Dialogue is an ancient technique of engaging a student in a dialogue by asking non-leading questions, aimed at revealing to the student how much… 

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