Dave’s Additional Resources
Tan, L., Lee, S., Ponnusamy, L., Koh, E., & Tan, K. (2016). Fostering Creativity in the Classroom for High Ability Students: Context Does Matter. Education Sciences, 6(4), 36. https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci6040036
Robinson, K. (2019, December 18). Sir Ken Robinson: Finding Your Element. YouTube. https://youtu.be/17fbxRQgMlU
Tsai, K. C. (2012). The Value of Teaching Creativity in Adult Education. International Journal of Higher Education, 1(2), 84–91. https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1057221
Avci, Ümmühan, Yalcinalp, Serpil. (2019). Creativity and Emerging Digital Educational Technologies: A Systematic Review. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology – TOJET, 18(3), 25–45. https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1223768
Kyles Additional Resources
Kolk, Melinda. “7 ways to cultivate creativity in your classroom: develop a learning culture that nurtures creativity”. Creativity. Creative Educator. https://creativeeducator.tech4learning.com/2018/articles/cultivate-creativity-in-your-classroom.
Melinda offers 7 ideas for developing a creative environment for classroom learning. Believe everyone can and should be creative. Celebrate difference. Wonder and imagine. Try something new. Value questions more than answers. Get students making and playing. Expect creativity and celebrate student effort.
Kelleher, Ian; Whitman, Glenn (2016). “Neuroteach: brain science and the future of education”. Lanham, MD. Rowman & Littlefield.
Neuroteach is a comprehensive book highlighting the brain, technology, and educational environments (physical and intellectual). Neuroteach makes informed suggestions on which powerful strategies work best for every student while teaching us about the in’s and out’s of the learning process from a neurological perspective.
Formica, Michael (2015). “Mindfulness and cultivating creativity: accessing the mind’s default mode”. Mindfulness. Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/enlightened-living/201503/mindfulness-and-cultivating-creativity
Michael explains to us the “default mode network” and its relation to creativity. He tells us that distractions interrupt our entry into the default mode network and hinders our creativity and that mindfulness can help get us in the right headspace for creativity to emerge.