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What Do We Know About Creativity

  title={What Do We Know About Creativity},
  author={Jos{\'e} Gregorio Franco G{\'o}mez},
  journal={The Journal of Effective Teaching},
  • J. G. Gómez
  • Published 2007
  • Education
  • The Journal of Effective Teaching
Creativity has been defined in many different ways by different authors. This article explores these different definitions of creativity; the relationship between creativity and intelligence, and those factors which affect creativity, such as convergent and divergent thinking. In addition, the article explores the importance of computer technology for testing ideas and the importance of reflective thinking and the evaluation of thoughts. It concludes with a synthesis of the basic attributes of… 
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Teaching creativity and inventive problem solving in science.
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  • Education
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  • 2009
Evidence suggests that instruction to support the development of creativity requires inquiry-based teaching that includes explicit strategies to promote cognitive flexibility, and that college students' learning will be enhanced by these measures.
Marcelle Freiman Dangerous Dreaming : Myths of creativity
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? + ? = creativity.
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[About creativity].
  • F. R. Rubia Vila
  • Psychology, Art
    Anales de la Real Academia Nacional de Medicina
  • 2006
From a neurophysiological point of view, it is very likely that the right hemisphere is rather connected to creativity, given that it is a mental state that requires non-focalized attention, greater right hemisphere activation, and low levels of prefrontal cortical activation allowing cognitive inhibition.
[On the creative process].
The goal at Destination Imagination is to give students the chance to learn and experience the creative process from imagination to innovation and have fun doing so.
Research on Creativity
What is the relationship of creativity to gifted behavior? The author raises key questions relative to previous research in the field. He builds and defends a model for weaving creativity into the
Educating the Creative Imagination: A Course Design and its Consequences.
The description of the curriculum of a university course designed to engage the deep structure of the creative process. First presented in 1984, the course has been given to fine arts majors and
Creativity and intelligence: a partial replication with Scottish children of Getzels and Jackson's study.
Correlations between i.q. and measures of creativity were much higher, in spite of a smaller range of ability, than for children who were high scorers in both ‘creativity’ and ‘intelligence’.
Creativity and intelligence.
  • A. Croley
  • Education
    The British journal of educational psychology
  • 1966
The books for the course are Sparks of Genius by Root-Bernstein and RootBerstein, the Handbook of Creativity edited by Robert Sternberg and anything else you can find of interest. A bibliography of