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Developing Creativity in Higher Education: The Imaginative Curriculum Paperback – 30 Jun 2006
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'What is encompassed in Developing creativity in higher education? Are we concerned with developing creativity in relevant teachers, students,processes, and/or curricula; with pedagogicpractice and/or theory; with institutional practice and/or public policy? The answer turns out to be “all of them and more” and all in little more than 200 pages. A daunting task, but this edited volume does all these topics justice to a remarkable extent.' - British Journal of Educational Technology Vol 38 No 2 2007
'This excellent book brings together views on creativity in Higher Education developed over a number of years by academics working in various disciplines.' - Physical Sciences Educational Reviews
About the Author
Norman Jackson is an Assistant Director at the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education and a Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Policy and Change at the University of Surrey. He was project leader for a series of pilot studies in benchmarking student assessment sponsored by the Higher Education Quality Council.
Helen Lund is a Researcher at the Commonwealth Higher Education Management Service (CHEMS). She has been involved in CHEMS' International and UK benchmarking work and has contributed to an International Review of Benchmarking in Higher Education commissioned by UNESCO.
Martin Oliver writes for children and lives in the United Kingdom.
Professor Malcolm N. Shaw, QC, is a practising barrister at Essex Court Chambers and Senior Fellow at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge. One of the world's leading international lawyers, he is an Associe of the Institut de Droit International, Trustee of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and a founding member of Curatorium, Xiamen Academy of International Law, China. He has been awarded the decoration of 'Officier de l'Ordre de la Valeur' by the Republic of Cameroon.
PAUL GRISERI is currently the Director of Studies at the Management Studies Centre at University College, London. He has taught extensively on Business postgraduate programmes and has published on a range of Management subjects.
JAMES WISDOM is the Co-Chair of the Staff and Educational Development Association and Visiting Professor of Educational Development at Middlesex University. He also works as a higher education consultant, specialising in educational development.
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