Handbook of Research on Pedagogical Creativity, Culture, Per
The topic of creativity has only been on the fringes of pedagogy as it has been deemed either abstract or not measurable and therefore non-standardizable for educational purposes. However, most progressive educators from around the world used creativity as a means for cultural reformation and as a means of social justice. The focus of this edited book will be on culture and creativity. Chapters will consider various topics related to creativity such as - Is creativity cultural? How can creativity and culturally relevant pedagogy go together? Given the current state of education all over the world due to the Pandemic, topics related to creativity and teaching remotely will also be featured. Teachers often say one of two things - they are not creative or that they don't have the time to be creative given the curricular, administrative directions they are required to follow. However, each day, teachers find exceptionally creative ways to engage their students. Especially in the current situation of remote learning, teachers are relying on their creativity to not only create impactful lessons but also teach them creative lessons. While the focus of this book will be around the topic of culture and creativity, asking how it may be cultural; it will also cover a wide range of topics related to creativity and pedagogy as noted in the list of topics. Essentially, this book will ask if creativity is cultural, what implications does this have in terms of cultivating or teaching/learning creativity?
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