Studying collaborative creativity: Implications for education

@inproceedings{Craft2008StudyingCC,
  title={Studying collaborative creativity: Implications for education},
  author={Andrea Craft},
  year={2008}
}
The five papers in this collection of this Special Issue of Thinking Skills and Creativity offer varied, in-depth explorations of collaborative creativity, in educational contexts. Across each paper, expressed in differing ways, is a common focus: that of learning and pedagogy involved in planning, composing and revising within collaborative learning educational contexts in England, Finland Mexico and the United States of America. The contexts under exploration range across the investigation of… CONTINUE READING
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