Thinking Inside the Box--Graduate Students' Perspectives on Hindered Creativity: A Phenomenological Study

@inproceedings{Anderson2008ThinkingIT,
  title={Thinking Inside the Box--Graduate Students' Perspectives on Hindered Creativity: A Phenomenological Study},
  author={Michelle N. Anderson},
  year={2008}
}
This phenomenological study focused on the lived experiences of adult graduate students in relation to creativity. Findings illuminate the influence of professors on educational experiences of hindered creativity. In spite of their growing prominence in colleges and universities, non-traditional adult learners are typically underrepresented in educational research. This growing population introduces a new complexity to the educational setting as adult learners engage in the reflective process… CONTINUE READING

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