Cultivating Creativity, 2nd Edition For Babies, Toddlers and Young Children
Written by a leading expert in creativity, development and learning in young children, this resource links theory and practice to provide a clear framework for this difficult, but vital, aspect of development and learning. Taking a broad conceptualised view of creativity, the author addresses the issue not just in terms of the arts but also the role that creativity has within sciences and humanities.
This new edition for use on undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Early Years and Education covers recent and ongoing curriculum, legislative and policy changes that affect teaching in this area. Recent advances in the field are also addressed including, brain research, movement, outdoor learning and individual learning.
- Paperback | 136 pages
- 190 x 246 x 8mm | 310g
- 01 Dec 2011
- Hodder Education
- London, United Kingdom
- 2nd ed.
- 75 photos
Other books in this series
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25 Jul 2014
25 Mar 2016
24 Jun 2016
27 Feb 2015
25 Feb 2011
27 Jun 2014
27 Mar 2015
Table of contents
: Chapter 1 Can anyone be creative?
: Chapter 2 What is creativity?
: Chapter 3 What is involved in creative learning?
: Chapter 4 Creating an environment that cultivates creativity
: Chapter 5 Creating an environment - into the garden
: Chapter 6 Including everyone - the beginnings of creativity
: Chapter 7 Cultivating creativity in toddlers
: Chapter 8 How adults can help creative ideas to be cultivated
: Chapter 9 Creations
: Chapter 10 Everyday creativity, specialist creativity and world-shaking creativity
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