Fostering creativity in the design studio: A framework towards effective pedagogical practices
Author: Hargrove, Ryan
Source: Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education, Volume 10, Number 1, 3 April 2012 , pp. 7-31(25)
Abstract:Design is a discipline of innovation: its essence is the creation of something new and unique. An assumption has been that the inclination and ability of a person to respond in novel and useful ways is largely inherited. Present research refutes this view, and it is now believed by many that, however creativity is defined, it is a form of behaviour that can be taught. Acknowledging this point leads to the questioning of how creativity is situated in the design curriculum. If, as present research suggests, most creativity training programmes are successful in that they encourage the development of metacognitive abilities, then the study of creativity as a self-regulatory metacognitive process is timely and important to design education.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University of Kentucky
Publication date: 2012-04-03
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