Sharing perspectives and understandings of what creativity means is the first step in any process aimed at building knowledge for better educational practice. This process can be facilitated through surveys, workshops or professional development courses.
Three examples of facilitated co-created knowledge development are provided below.
These papers illustrate the process of facilitated collaboration and knowledge sharing during an institutional workshop.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK
These Working Papers are the product of facilitated collaboration in the context of a professional development course for academic's.
Working Paper 1: Limerick Creatives'
Perspectives on Creativity E-mail Survey
Working Paper 2 : Limerick Creatives'
Perspectives on Creativity On-line Questionnaire Survey
WORKING PAPER 3
Limerick Creatives' Examples of Creativity in Everyday Teaching
Limerick Creatives: Perspectives on Creativity
NEW COLLABORATIONS ARE BEING PLANNED WITH COLLEAGUES FROM BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY AND MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON CREATIVITY
These working papers were created when I worked for the Higher Education Academy in 2003-05. The were produced in collaboration with academics from a range of disciplines.They illutsrate how a group of academic's who are willing to share their perspectives and experiences can co-create a significant body of knowledge that is useful for sharing with peers in their discipline.
EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
PERFORMING ARTS STUDENTS