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Alphabetical list of abstracts
Session 1: Monday, 8th January 2007, 2.00–3.30pm
Scribbling on the Walls: Introducing Creativity at UEA, the story so far...
Steve Oldfield, University of Eastv Anglia, Norwich
Gurpreet Gil, University of Eastv Anglia, Norwich
Taming the Lone Ranger: The Creative Development of Elearning Technologies within UK and US Higher Education Institutions
Andrew Whitworth, University of Manchester
Angela Benson, University of Alabama
Developing a new curriculum: chartered street or valley wild?
Karen Gomoluch, University of Bolton
Gill Whittaker, University of Bolton
Anti-creativity, ambiguity and the imposition of order
Judith Harding, University of the Arts
Lynne Hale, Educational Development Consultant
Subject benchmark statements and the requirements of professional, statutory or regulatory bodies; do external reference points for courses inhibit innovation and creativity?
Laura Bellingham, Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA)
The Enrichment Triad Model: Nurturing creative-productivity among college students
Maria Caridad García-Cepero, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá-Colombia
Creativity and Conformity in Professional Ethics
Gideon Calder, University of Wales, Newport
Another way of thinking about Creativity AND Conformity
Erik Bohemia, Northumbria University
Kerry Harman, University of Technology, Sydney
Assessing creativity in an unhelpful climate
Lewis Elton, University of Manchester
David Buss, University College for the Creative Arts
Risk: the ethics of a creative curriculum
Janet Hargreaves, University of Huddersfield
Impossible things? Negative capability and the creative imagination
McAra-McWilliam, Glasgow School of Art
Educating the educators for creativity: setting the climate for lecturers as problem-based learning students to experience the PBL process as creative and challenging
Terry Barrett, University College Dublin
Confirming Conformity? Revisiting Creativity in the Design Studio
Leonidas Koutsoumpos, University of Edinburgh
Creative Conversations: conceptions of creativity in learning and
teaching in higher education
Breaking the Chains that Bind us: Towards an Emancipatory Model of Creativity
Phil Clegg, Leeds Metropolitan University
Creativity is the Currency of the New Millennium
Rodney Hill, Texas A&M University
Unlearning How to Teach
Erica McWilliam, Queensland University of Technology
Session 2: Tuesday, 9th January 2007, 2.00–3.30pm
Training for Practice-Based Research: Adaptation, Integration and Diversity
Richard Coyne and Jenny Triggs
On Trial: teaching without talking
The Effectiveness of Teaching Creative Problem Solving (CPS) in Changing Students Behaviour in University Design Courses in Indonesia
Ka Yee Man
A pedagogy of connection for working across and between disciplines. Some epistemological and methodological considerations
Teaching academic creativity: in what ways might PhD supervisions be seen as a creativity lab?
Creativity in Higher Education: a non-scientific view of developing creativity
Andrea I. Frank
Knowledge society: in search of a new paradigm for the educational sciences
Martha Abrahão Saad Lucchesi
What counts as creativity?
Creative activity and its impact on student learning: issues of implementation. A presentation of 7 years practice of including filmmaking as a learning tool across a range of disciplines.
Promoting Creativity in a Local Tourist Business
Creativity, Entrepreneurship, University Studies and Local Institutions: a Reflexion upon Improving their Relationship and their Creativity
Dr. Mª Victoria Sanagustín Fons
Prof. Esther Puyal Español
Prof. José Antonio Moseñe Fierro
Prof. Carlos Rubio Pomar
Estudiante Jesús Tricas Olivan
Dª Mª Carmen Galán López
D. Juan Rodríguez Bielsa
Adinkra: West African Traditional Artisan Handicraft Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Glenn E. Lewis
Outside In: Finding ways of making reflective practice accessible to student social workers.
Stand-Up or Fall Down! Pedagogic Innovation, the Comedy Club and the Seminar Room
Embracing Paradoxes: Practical Application Creating Emergent Knowledge
Writing PAD: a grass-roots movement
Building Trans-disciplinary Borderlands for Creative Futures: What barriers and opportunities?
Greg Hearn, Brad Haseman, Erica McWilliam
Challenging the alien concept - scientists reflect.
Session 3: Wednesday, 10th January 2007, 11.00–12.30pm
Experiencing Economics Through Problem Based Learning
Karen S Arul, Alex Lum, Angela Koh
The Development of Work Based Learning as part of Post-Qualifying
Education in the School of Nursing University of Salford
Creative Assignments as a Motivation Tool
Enabling international access: deconstructing our concepts of creativity
Changing Student Profiles
Learners Re-conceptualising Education: Widening Participation through Creative Engagement.
Use of Creative Space in Enhancing Students Engagement
The Learning Grid at the University of Warwick: An Innovation to Support Learning within Higher Education
Nurturing strategic Intelligence in Art Education through Using Assessment to Improve Self-regulated Learning and Self-regulated Creativity
Multi-Dimensional Learning Creativity Throughout the Curriculum
Critique Methodology: Replacing Conformity with Creativity
By Measure: Creativity in Design
Why All Writing is Creative Writing
CPD: Challenging Personal Development.
Creativity in Higher Education: Creative Universities and their Creative City:Regions
An Alliance Between Arts and Business Education
Pulling down the academic ivory tower: an experiment in creative thinking in a bureaucratic environment