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2017 WCGTC Biennial World Conference

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2.4.4 Creative thinking in a regular classroom: Only for some

This presentation will look at the the teaching of highly creative students who have become disengaged with regular classroom cultures and the cultural mechanisms that restrict opportunities for these students to display what they know. Current education provision favours academically minded students: this approach disadvantages practically minded students especially if these students are highly creative. This presentation will identify the characteristics of learning cultures that support highly creative students.

Author(s):

Dave Camilleri
david.camilleri@unimelb.edu.au
The University of Melbourne
Australia

David Camilleri is a PhD student at The University of Melbourne’s Graduate Schools of Education. He is a practicing secondary school teacher, university educator, and has over ten years of experience working with adolescents in a variety of contexts. He has completed a Post Graduate Diploma of Education (Humanities & E.A.L.), a Master of Teaching in Thinking, Creativity, and Knowledge, Master of Education in Relationship Skills, and a Master of Arts in Philosophy. David’s research and teaching interests include philosophy, intelligence, creativity, cognitive psychology, learning theories, neuropsychology, and knowledge enhancement.

 

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