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Researching Creative Learning
Methods and Issues
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"This book makes a valuable contribution to the literature on research methodology, providing insightful and productive guidance on how creative learning might be studied and documented with diverse educational aims in mind." - International Journal of Education & the Arts, August 2011.
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Pat Thomson is Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK, an Adjunct Professor at the University of South Australia and a Visiting Professor at Deakin University, Australia. Julian Sefton-Green is an independent consultant and researcher working in education and the cultural and creative industries. He is Special Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK.
1. Introduction Pat Thomson and Julian Sefton Green Section I: What are the Practices of Creative Learning? 2. Capturing the `Plaid' Moment John Churchley 3. From the Other Side of the Fence Interview with Tony Lyng 4. What's with the Artist? Emily Pringle 5. Supporting Schools to do Action Research into Creative Learning Interview with Pat Cochrane and Pete McGuigan 6. Towards the Creative Teaching of Mathematics Malcolm Swan Section II: Can Researchers `See' Creative Learning and Can Their Research Help Others to 'See' It? 7. A Conversation with Kathleen Gallagher 8. The Promise of Ethnography for Exploring Creative Learning Geoff Troman and Bob Jeffrey 9. "Now it's up to us to interpret it": `Youth Voice' and Visual Methods Sara Bragg 10. When Only the Visual Will Do Pat Thomson 11. Less Elusive, More Explicit Erica McWilliam, Shane Dawson and Jennifer Tan 12. Snapshots and Portraits Christine Hall, Ken Jones and Pat Thomson Section III: Can Creative Learning Be Measured and Evaluated? 13. Interview with John Harland 14. Quantitative Research on Creativity Mark Runco, Nur Cayirdag and Selcuk Acar 15. From Voice to Choice Tony Cotton 16. Research Methods for Web Two Dot Whoah Elizabeth Soep 17. Baselines and Mosaics David Parker and Naranee Ruthra-Rajan