Craft, Anna; Cremin, Teresa; Burnard, Pamela and Chappell, Kerry
Teacher stance in creative learning: A study of progression.
Thinking Skills and Creativity, 2(2) pp. 136–147.
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This paper reports focused findings from a qualitative scoping study undertaken in four sites in England focusing on progression in creative learning (PICL) (February 2005–January 2006), funded by Creative Partnerships, a national development programme. The study sought to explore how progression in creative learning can be described in two curriculum areas. The paper introduces the analytic framework which emerged from the study, and summarises some of the key findings, with a particular focus on teacher stance, taking this slice of analysis further than is done in the original research report and discussing in particular teachers’ attitudes toward creative learning and toward teaching for creative learning.
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