Third best poster award to our paper at CIDUI

November 12, 2014 at 3:57 pm Leave a comment

10446470_10152188073858144_3555719147561733664_n This paper presents an investigation developed under the framework of an initiative of teaching innovation in which pedagogical practices are restructured targetting a challenge: to provide future kindergarten teachers conditions for their own creativity to flourish. Our reasearch questions are: Can we make teacher education at the university following the creative spiral proposed by Resnik ( 2007)? and What difficulties will we face? The main difficulty identified so far is the tension created by the existence a previously detailed teaching planning and the changes of activity order or adition of new activities to adpt the sessions to the creative spiral. The data obtained so far, however, indicates that implementing the creative spiral or just keeping it in mind for the renewal of a previously prepared program is possible and it improves the motivation of both the teacher and the students.

Gallardo Echenique, E. E., de Oliveira, J. M., Lockhart, E., Francesc, E., Camacho, M., Jacas Osborn, A. E., & Del Prete, A. C. (2014). La espiral creativa en la formación de maestros: Dificultades y potencialidades. Comunicación/Poster presentado en el VIII Congreso Internacional de Docencia Universitaria e Innovación (CIDUI). Tarragona.10474864_10152187104733144_1523131626315352107_n



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Creativity, Technology & Teaching in Contexts of High Complexity Knowledge production dynamics and communicative practices

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