Creativity and Learning Resources
Kahn, T. M. (2007) Towards a Creative Thinking & Innovation Pavilion for a Virtual Museum of the Future: Synectics, "Everywhere," and . . . ?, NMC Virtual Symposium on Creativity in Second Life. August 12-18, 2007.
Web Links, Blogs, etc.
Barry Mallis, The Organizational Trainer
Gordon W. J. J. (1961). Synectics: The Development of Creative Capacity. New York: Collier Books.
Gordon, W. J. J. with Poze, T. (1971) The Metaphorical Way of Learning and Knowing. Porpoise Books.
Gordon. W. J. J. (1972). Practice in Synectics Problem-Solving. Porpoise Books.
Prince, George M. (1970), The Practice of Creativity: A Manual for Dynamic Group Problem-Solving. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.
Note: Many other books and resources on creativity by George Prince are on his web site at: http://www.georgemprince.com/booksarticles.htm
Articles and Technical Reports
Jimenez, Jacques (1975). Synectics: A Technique for Creative Learning. ERIC #EJ114909.
"EVERYWHERE" AND CREATIVE APPROACHES TO SELF-EDUCATION: THE WORK OF M. D. CASPI
Caspi. M. D. (1977). Everywhere: A Creative Self-Education Approach. Interchange (Journal
GENERAL CREATIVITY REFERENCES
Amabile, Teresa (1996, 1983). Creativity in Context: Update to the Social Psychology of Creativity. Westview Press.
Berg, Rick (2000). Social Constructions of Creativity in a Middle School Math Classroom. Unpublished Paper. Stanford, CA.
Kahn, T. M. (1999). Designing Virtual Communities for Creativity and Learning. Edutopia (web site of The George Lucas Educational Foundation).
Kahn, T. M. (1987, 1991). Learning to Create. In K. Hooper Woosey (Ed.) Full Spectrum Learning. Apple Multimedia Lab Conference Report. Cupertino, CA: Apple Computer.
Koestler, Arthur (1964). The Act of Creation. New York: Macmillan.
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