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EDPD 8010 Creativity and Innovation: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

EDPD 8010 Course Readings

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Armstrong, S. (2012). What If? The Power Of Asking Good Questions. CSLA Journal,  35(2), 17-19.

Brown, T. J., & Kuratko, D. F. (2015). The impact of design and innovation on the future ofeducation. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 9(2), 147-151.

Bruton, D. (2011). Learning creativity and design for innovation. International Journal of Technology & Design Education, 21(3), 321–333.

Burmeister, E. (2013). Putting risk into practice at school: 'design thinking' focuses on possibilities, not limits. Leadership, 42(5), 23. 

Chou, C. C., Block, L., & Jesness, R. (2012). A Case Study of Mobile Learning Pilot Project in K-12 Schools. Journal Of Educational Technology Development & Exchange, 5(2), 11-26.

Cleary, B. A. (2015). Design thinking and PDSA: Don't throw out the baby. The Journal for Quality and Participation, 38(2), 21-23. 

Dweck, C. (2009). Who will the 21st-century learners be? Knowledge Quest, 38(2), 8-9.

Green, L. S. (2014). Through the Looking Glass. Knowledge Quest, 43(1), 36-43.

Jude, L. T., Kajura, M. A., & Birevu, M. P. (2014). Adoption of the SAMR model to asses ICT pedagogical adoption: A case of makerere university. International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning, 4(2), 106. 

LaBanca, F., & Ritchie, K. C. (2011). The art of scientific ideas: Teaching and learning strategies that promote creative problem finding. Science Teacher, 78(8), 48–51.

Lindenmuth, D. T. (2015). A model for expanding tech use in classrooms. School Administrator, 72(9), 12. 

Lundberg, C., & Seward, K. (2014). Education for Innovation. Independent School, 74(1), 80-86.

Mathew, M., Perry, E., & Wilson, C. (2015, Autumn). Design thinking and making across the curriculum. International School, 18, 31-32. 

Moran, S. (2010). Changing the world: Tolerance and creativity aspirations among American youth. High Ability Studies, 21(2), 117–132.

Moreno, C., Luria, D., & Mojkowski, C. (2013). The Latest Twist on Spreading Innovation: One School at a Time. Phi Delta Kappan, 95(3), 8-11.

Ness, R. B. (2015). Promoting Innovative Thinking. American Journal Of Public Health, 105S 114-118.

Singh, M. (2014). Higher education and the public good: precarious potential?. Acta Academica, 46(1), 98-118.

Sullivan, P. (2011). Asking students harder questions. Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 16(4), 17-18.

Toledo, C. A. (2015). Dog bite reflections–Socratic questioning revisited. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 27(2), 275–279. 

 

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