Enhancing creativity in adult and continuing education

innovative approaches, methods, and ideas
  • 98 Pages
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  • English

Jossey-Bass , San Francisco
Adult education, Continuing education, Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.), Creative ab
StatementPaul Jay Edelson, Patricia L. Malone, editors.
SeriesJossey-Bass higher and adult education series, New directions for adult and continuing education -- no. 81, spring 1999, New directions for adult and continuing education -- no. 81.
ContributionsEdelson, Paul Jay., Malone, Patricia L.
The Physical Object
Pagination98 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15516280M
ISBN 100787911690

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Educators and education policy has increasingly acknowledged the value of creativity and creative approaches to education in particular. This book highlights a range of innovative teaching techniques successfully employed by teachers from a range of disciplines and education levels in order to share knowledge regarding creative education.

In adult education, Edelson () found the dimension of creativity is neglected, especially creative thinki ng. It It needs more focus on examining creativity development in adult.

in adult education, creative marketing, program development, curricula. Enhancing creativity in adult and continuing edu-cation: Innovative approaches, methods, and ideas (pp. A study of creativity in the context of education, an issue of great importance for teachers and students alike.

It considers just how creativity "works" and how it can be encouraged. The book has an international and an historical sweep, and features many examples. Our Continuing Education & Workforce Development programs are designed to deliver quality, short-term training to those interested in a new career, preparing for the workforce, or updating current skills.

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New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, n81 p Spr Examines creativity theories and models such as "great men and women" and Domain-Individual-Field-Interaction.

Links creativity and self-efficacy and describes ways adult educators can promote creativity. An adult who has lost his/her creative spark can be taught how to be creative through play. Through a series of experiments they retrieve the child’s sense of wonder in adults.

Participants in a creativity training program are taught how to fit into place in the process of creativity, and increase self-confidence in their creativity through play. The Senior Military Officer as a Veteran in Transition: Opportunities for Adult Learning and Bridging the Military–Civilian Divide Susan M.

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David H. Cropley, in Video Games and Creativity, Effectiveness of Different Kinds of Training. Evidence is also available that some forms of creativity training work better than others—there are differences between training procedures in the strength of the effects obtained (Scott et al., a).When cognitive, social, personality, motivational, and combined training procedures.

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Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, p. Reading a book uses the imagination and this in turn develops our creativity. Of course, the key to developing your imagination when reading a book, is the level of interest you have in the content. The more you are totally absorbed in a book, the more it will stimulate your imagination and help your creativity.

Laurel Bongiorno, Dean of the Division of Education and Human Studies at Champlain College, writes and presents on a variety of early care and education topics -- play as learning, parents' and teachers' understanding of play, process art, and early childhood leadership. She is a past president of the Vermont Association for the Education.

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We offer numerous user-friendly, short-term courses and online career training programs. some ideas of what scholars have said about strategies we can use to enhance creativity in students. Although originality and creative imagination are private, guidance and training can substantially increase the learner’s output.

Keywords: Creativity, intelligence, convergent thinking. Elena Lister. Elena Lister M.D. is an adult, adolescent and child psychiatrist in private practice in Manhattan. She is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College, and Lecturer in Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Jewish Theological Seminary where she teaches how to deal with the terminal illness and death of.

This article explores personal, organisational and societal perspectives on creativity, arts, and adult education. Attention to creativity in the United States has increased during the past century. Fifty years ago, scholars and practitioners interested in the arts and sciences were focused on extraordinary creative achievements.

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Continuing Story: Someone starts a story and each person adds a part. Creative Dramatic Play: One of the best ways children have to express themselves is through creative dramatic play. Here they feel free to express their inner feelings. It occurs daily in the lives of young children, as they constantly imitate the people, animals and machines.

Creativity is more than a product — it's a process. An interesting painting, a thought-provoking writing, or a unique response, may be examples of creative work, but the decisions people make as they paint, sculpt, write and think are at the core of the creative process.

The objective of this publication is to broaden understanding about the creative process for parents and others.If you have always dreamed of sharing your thoughts or life experiences but need help crafting your words, Hofstra University Continuing Education is the perfect place to start!

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