Creativity for 21st Century skills

David Spendlove
2011, Vol. 16, No. 3,

Abstract


It is very tempting when you are immersed in a subject to
become more selective in your reading and in doing so
narrow down your reading options. This is particularly true
in relation to creativity and design and technology in that
there is so much literature within the subject, linking these
two areas, that it may be tempting to simply ‘read within
the subject’. Yet the danger is in doing so that we develop
a corporate ‘D&T’ view of creative practice and paradoxically
we become less creative in our thinking about creativity.

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