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Creativity and making in early childhood : challenging practitioner perspectives /

Mona Sakr, Bindu Trivedy, Nichola Hall, Laura O'Brien and Roberto Federici.

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Author: Sakr, Mona
Other Names: Trivedy, Bindu, | Hall, Nichola, | O'Brien, Laura, | Federici, Roberto,
Published: London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018.
Topics: Creative ability in children. | Children - Research. | Creative ability in children - Study and teaching (Early childhood)
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245 10|aCreativity and making in early childhood :|bchallenging practitioner perspectives /|cMona Sakr, Bindu Trivedy, Nichola Hall, Laura O'Brien and Roberto Federici.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 183-192) and index.
505 0 |aPart I: What is Creativity? 1. Looking for Creativity -- 2. Creativity and Identity -- 3. Collaborative Creativity -- Part II: What Are the Conditions for Creativity? 4. Time -- 5. Choice -- 6. Space and Materials -- 7. Digital Creativity -- Part III: How Can Practitioners Support Children to Be Creative? 8. Child-Adult Interactions -- 9. Inspirations for Creative Activities -- 10. Adult Expectations.
505 0 |aIntro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; Welcome; Our aims; Who is the book for; Who we are; How the project developed; How to get the most out of this book; Ethical considerations; Chapter overview; Recurring themes; Chapter 1: Looking for Creativity; Introduction; Experimenting with shells and water; Creativity as divergent thinking; Reflecting on your own experiences; Flow; Reflecting on your own experiences; Recognizing flow through multimodal behaviours; Reflecting on your own experiences; Possibility thinking; Facilitating possibility thinking.
505 8 |aReflecting on your own experiencesChapter summary; Activities to deepen understanding; Chapter 2: Creativity and Identity; Introduction; 'I've made Tower Bridge'; Self-representation and subject matter specialists; Reflecting on your own experiences; 'This one is Leonardo'; 'Rajkumari Rapunzel'; The role of popular culture in children's developing identity; Reflecting on your own experiences; 'The mermaid is sliding down the hill'; Creative making as remix; Reflecting on your own experiences; Creative making as the production (not expression) of self.
505 8 |aIs children's creativity any different from adults' creativity?Practitioner views on children's creativity and self-expression; Reflecting on your own experiences; Chapter summary; Activities to deepen your explorations; Chapter 3: Collaborative Creativity; Introduction; Paradigms of creativity; Reflecting on your own experiences; Multimodal interaction in collaborative creativity; 'We're just gonna scribble it'; Moments of meeting; Reflecting on your own experiences; A community display; Collaborative creativity among two-year-olds; Community spaces for shared creativity.
505 8 |aReflecting on your own experiencesChapter summary; Activities to deepen your explorations; Chapter 4: Time; Introduction; Is there enough time for creativity in your setting?; Creativity takes time; Reflecting on your own experiences; When activities grow; Extending and embedding; Stretchy time; Reflecting on your own experiences; The 'tidy-up' tambourine; The tyranny of clock time; Reflecting on your own experiences; Observing transitions; Smooth versus difficult transitions; Reflecting on your own experiences; Chapter summary; Activities to deepen your thinking; Chapter 5: Choice.
505 8 |aIntroductionA very sorry-looking caterpillar: What happens when we over-prescribe activities; Colouring outside the lines; How important is choice in children's creativity?; Reflecting on your own experiences; Butter beans and penne pasta; Less is more?; Reflecting on your own experiences; Displaying children's artwork: Practitioner reflections; Displaying children's artwork: Who makes the decision?; Backing off from messy play; Reluctant makers: The choice not to engage; Reflecting on your own experiences; Chapter summary; Activities to deepen your thinking; Chapter 6: Space and Materials.
520 |a"Creativity and Making in Early Childhood brings together practice and research insights on creativity, to offer new perspectives on what creativity is, how it manifests in early childhood education and what can be done to support it. Each chapter includes practitioners' own experiences and looks within these observations and reflections to highlight key questions and challenges. Insights and perspectives are drawn from research in order to engage deeply with these challenges and to develop future practice in early childhood education. Particular focus is on creativity as physical 'making' processes. Topics covered include: - children's developing identities - sharing and social interactions - how time, choice and physical environments influence young children's creativity - instructions, resourcing and expectations of creativity in the early childhood setting. Practical learning features guiding students through the book include: research spotlight sections introducing readers to key pieces of research, questions to aid reflection on experiences in relation to relevant theory, and summaries and tasks for the reader designed to deepen thinking. This text is an excellent resource for undergraduate students in early childhood and education, as well as postgraduate students and practitioners who have returned to study." -- Provided by publisher.
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