At the Core of Creativity: The Conditions of Learning and the Conditions of Connectivity
This book chapter was originally published as:
Fitzsimmons, P., & Lanphar, E. (2014). At the core of creativity: The conditions of learning and the conditions of connectivity. In E. Xeni (Ed.), Creativity in educational research and practice (pp. ). Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
The aim of this chapter is to discuss the findings of a longitudinal international study that sought to understand the ‘habitus conditions’ that had the potential to give rise to creative experiences. The notion of habitus was used as a key axiomatic lens as it carries the sense that the patterns of thinking and predispositions to be creative arise out of deep familial patterns of ‘connectivity’. Through a series of qualitative-narrative projects adolescents and adults who were either immersed in creative experiences or who had demonstrated creative output were asked to reflect on the sources of these experiences.
Fitzsimmons, Phil and Lanphar, Edie, "At the Core of Creativity: The Conditions of Learning and the Conditions of Connectivity" (2014). Education Book Chapters. 30.
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