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Creativity Crisis

INDEX

academic papers 1901

academic results 535, 117

academic rigour, deconstruction of 145

and subjectivity 145

academics, and creativity 3

active learning 86, 87, 98, 1023, 190

aesthetic experience, and subjectivity 144

Alberti, Leon Battista 52, 1734

ancient world, and imagination 12

Antonello da Messina 17

approachability, of teachers 69, 70

Ariosto, Ludovico 1516, 45, 196, 224

Aristotle 11, 156

art criticism 45

art history, as subject 118, 120

art students 168

Artale, Giuseppe 226

artist, as demiurge 150

as genius 150

artistic process, and subjectivity 144, 145, 146

artists, and creativity 4

assessment, and constructive

alignment 245

and coursework 2445

and learning management systems 589

and student experience 41

and subjectivity 145

assessment-led education 117, 166

attendre, French usage 1378

attention, as form of waiting 1369, 142

and learning 139, 142

Auerbach, Erich 148

Auslander, Philip 129

authority, Latin root of 165

Bandello, Matteo 12, 16, 456, 53, 64, 75, 78, 110, 1512, 157, 226

Baudelaire, Charles 1745, 237

Beckett, Samuel, Waiting for Godot 141

behaviourist definition of learning 201

being first, Greek concepts 1645

and learning 165

benign, negative implications 73

benignity of teachers 29

see also niceness

Biggs, John 5, 31, 37, 38, 54, 57, 1067, 118, 119, 188, 216

blended learning and teaching 34, 240

see also flipped classroom

boasting 97

Boccaccio, Giovanni 15, 125, 131, 2056

Boileau, Nicolas 14

Boud, David 218, 219, 238

Bourriaud, Nicolas 144

Bruyère, Jean de la see La Bruyère, Jean de

Castiglione, Baldassare 12, 52, 64, 110, 1257, 128, 131, 13940, 141, 152, 178

centre, baroque conceptions 1114

Greek conceptions 1089

renaissance conceptions 109

centred, meanings and usage 10715

centredness, implication of stability 114

meaning of 1145, 122

negative aspects 114, 115

change, recognition of 1967

charisma 71

charity, meanings and usage 767, 7980

cognition 199

and cultural practice 31

and flux 192

and reflexion 237

and waiting 123

see also higher-order thinking; metacognition

collaboration, and learning 209

collective ownership 209

Colonna, Vittoria 10910

competition, as motivator 245

negative aspects 245, 246

and student success 166

conditioning, and learning 202

conduct, meanings of 164

confidence, in imagination 143

consciousness, as creative act 237

and learning 202, 237

constructive alignment 28, 30, 31, 33, 36, 3743, 118, 188

and creativity 244

deconstruction of 556, 1212

and fear of waste 167

and flux 200

and originality 24

and reflexion 240

and student-centredness 32, 107, 119, 1212

see also learning outcomes; marking rubrics

constructivism 31, 33, 39

consumerism, and waste 185, 186

context, and reflexion 238

continuity of thought, and reflexion 240

control of imagination 201

conversation, and telling 100

Corneille, Pierre 111

coursework, assessment alternatives 2445

creation, Greek conceptions 10

creative arts 45, 244

and engagement 59

creative conversations 88

creative independence 213

creative processes, and constructivism 31

creativity 12, 45

academic discourse 4

compromised position 168

concept in education 223

definitions of 10

discouragement of 70, 187, 2434

dispositional characteristic 27

encouragement of 28, 70, 85, 118

graduate attribute 9, 169

and imagination 26, 27

industrial age artefact 10

and learning 242, 246

and marking rubrics 8, 9

measurement 89, 23

messiness 8

and privacy of learning 87

productive faculty 27

and student-centredness 102

and subjectivity 8

teachability 9, 27

wastefulness 1689, 187

critical deconstruction 678

critical thinking 29

and reflexion 219

cultural property, appropriation 2067

current, meanings of 1956

Deleuze, Gilles 115, 144

demagogue, Greek root of 162

democratizing creativity 32

Dewey, John 215

Diderot , Denis 152

disciplinary difference 120, 121

disinterested learning 1178

dispositional characteristics, students’ 278

diversity, accommodating 18891

and constructive alignment 188

Dryden, John 14, 21

ducare, as Latin root 162, 164

education, language of see language of education

Latin root of 162, 164

phenomenology of see

phenomenology of education

research see learning and teaching research

rhizomatic 116

scholarship 166

educational design see learning design

effective teaching, measurement 69, 70

empathy 267

encouragement 29

engagement 36

and captivity 63

meanings and usage 603

military context 61

motivation for 61

and obligation 62

see also student engagement

entertainment, meanings and usage 636

and student engagement 667

and teaching 66, 106

enthusiasm, sharing 889, 91, 99, 100

as student motivator 118

of teachers 69, 70

entretien, French usage 645

episodic imagination 8

Ergebnis, German concept 51

Errico, Scipione 112

essay writing 57, 9

examinations 78

exegete, meaning of 1634

expectation, educational concept 142

and humour 13940

renaissance conceptions 1258

and waiting 1245, 134, 142

expectations, control of 142

and learning outcomes 142

Facebook 98

fantasy, in art and architecture 1314

Greek meanings of 1112

pejorative meanings 1415

renaissance understanding 12, 1314

and the social order 14

feeling, and fantasy 11

Firenzuola, Agnolo 109

flipped classroom 34, 130

see also blended learning and teaching

flux, baroque expression of 198

and caprice 198

as creative condition 200

and flow 1936

from tangible to abstract 1902, 200

and generational shift 1989

of history 1989

and imaginative cognition 192, 193, 199200

in presentations 191, 200

as principle of pedagogy 199

renaissance conceptions 1968

follow, Greek words for 156

followership see following

following 154, 1558, 166

renaissance concepts 1567

followship see following

frameworks, and reflexion 216

friendship, and telling 100

gamification 203

generosity, meanings and usage 747, 789

genius, antecedent of subjectivity 151

and creativity 243

Nietzsche on 243

renaissance conception 150

gentleness, meanings and usage 813

Giorgione 13

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 183, 236

Goldoni, Carlo, and concept of centre 1134

and entertainment 656

and fantasy 1415

and flux 198

and luxury 17982

and possession 2056

and reflexion 2323, 2356

and result 55

and telling 978

and waiting 141

and waste 174, 179, 196, 206

gossip 978

grades see academic results

graduate attributes 910, 29, 1201, 158, 169

group identity 209

group work 58, 86, 130, 190, 209, 213

Guattari, Félix 115, 144

Guicciardini, Francesco 52, 53, 63, 196

haphazard approaches, elimination 3

heart, biblical references 149

as metaphor for truth 149

renaissance conception 14950 hegemony, Greek root of 162

higher education, and student-centredness 102

higher-order thinking 216, 220, 237, 242

Homer 12

hospitality, as negative virtue 174

humanities, and creativity 120

defence of 169

and subjectivity 145

humour, and attention 139

ignorance, of new material 2

ILOs see intended learning outcomes

imagination 1, 10

in art and architecture 1719

baroque understanding of 201

central to learning 241, 242, 245

control of 201

Greek conceptions 11

imagination, and empathy 26

encouragement of 28

estimation of 15

and fantasy 16

and learning outcomes 40, 412

meanings of 1516

measurement of 23

negative effects 201

and reason 16

as receptive faculty 267

renaissance understanding of 13, 1619

and responsibility 211

Roman conception 12

suspicion of 212

teachability 9, 27

imaginative activity, and group work 209

suppression 3

imaginative thinking, preconditions 242

inclusivity, and telling 99100

inconsequentiality 1556

indecision, and waiting 140

independence, achieving 29

Greek conceptions 2045

industrial revolution, and waste 182

innovation 1, 4, 910, 24

intended learning outcomes 4850

interest, as learning pre-condition 36

intimacy of learning 867, 100, 143, 209, 2113, 242, 244, 246

see also introspection

introspection, and reflexion 2289, 239

invention, and reflexion 239

Jerome 92, 93

jokes 13940

Junius, Francis 225

kindness, meanings and usage 74, 77

Kleist, Heinrich von 183

knowledge, acquisition 203

construction 2

generation 34

hoarding 2089

sharing 89, 2089

La Bruyère, Jean de 201, 24, 30, 967, 99, 164, 175

labs 87, 103

language, acquisition 423

appropriation 90

and cognition 42

of disciplines 90

of education 35, 447, 556

leader, as originator 165, 166

leader/follower dichotomy 159, 160

leaders, and authority 159, 161, 165

relationship with followers 159

and responsibility 15960

leadership 15766

contestation of 161, 165

and creativity 166

and credibility 160

and education 160, 164

as graduate attribute 158

and intellectual initiative 166

and interpretation 163

and learning 1601

and learning outcomes 154, 166

and peer teaching 189

and power 165

and privilege 159

and scholarship 166

leading, Greek concepts 1613

learner-centredness see student-centredness

learning, and acquisition 203

and ancient Greeks 44

by doing 103, 130

as cognitive process 142

conceptions of 447

as contract 67

as creative act 121, 241, 244, 2456

and creativity 12, 200

definitions of 2013

design 38

and imagination 1, 2, 2413, 2456

as organic process 23

and ownership 3, 2112

post-constructivist ideal 556, 122

and private study 210

readiness 124

and reflexion 2157, 2234, 237, 239

and self 217

learning and teaching research 35

learning environments 212

learning management systems 8, 5760

learning outcomes 89, 235, 29, 30, 32, 33, 3743, 4751, 55

constraints of 1189, 166, 244, 246

and expectations 142

and reflexion 240

and student success 154

and subjectivity 145

and waste 167

learning-centredness see student-centredness

lecture, as performance 106

lecturers, contempt for students 106

lectures 66, 67, 867, 12830, 189, 190

Leonardo da Vinci 13, 18

lifelong learning 117, 240

linear learning 192

listeners 89, 90, 97

listening 901, 129, 130, 131, 160

literature, and reflexion 233, 238

dependence on 289

LMSs see learning management systems

love, measurement 256

luxury, and lust 179

and moral values 17783

renaissance conceptions 1778

sustainability 17980, 186

and waste 1723, 182

Macchiavelli, Niccolò 196

mainstream media, and engagement 59

Marino, Giambattista 53, 1123, 178, 2245

Marivaux, Pierre de 22831

marking rubrics 5, 6, 8, 9, 24, 30

and subjectivity 145

marks see academic results

Marx, Karl 182

Marxism 206

McWilliam, Erica 22

memory, and learning 2012

and reflexion 239, 240

messenger, concept of 93, 96

Messina, Antonello da see Antonello da Messina

metacognition 105, 202

and reflexion 220

Metastasio, Pietro 114

Michelangelo 17

Milton, John 53

mirrors, and reflexion 2224

monitory role of teachers 29

Montaigne 601, 64, 78, 1967

Montesquieu 152, 198

motivation, and personal impulse 145

multifocality, of student experience 116

music, and waiting 124

Nardo 180

natural resources, waste 185

nature, wastefulness of 183, 184

nice, negative implications 723

semantic development 72

niceness, in ancient Greek 73

manifestation of 834

meanings and usage 714, 81, 834

of teachers 701, 84, 85

Nietzsche, Friedrich 27, 51, 145, 174, 1835, 1989, 2367, 243

Nussbaum, Martha 26

objective judgement 144

online course content 129

originality, accommodation of 166

conception of 11, 24, 166

measurement of 245

teachability 24

outcome, meaning and usage 4748, 51

over-consumption, and waste 185

ownership, conceptions of 2056

and creativity 213, 214

of learning 2034, 206, 242

and learning outcomes 2134

and responsibility 208, 210

and self-determination 213

and sense of self 204, 206, 208

and student-centredness 206

owning, roots for 2045

participation, dogma of 130

participatory strategies, for engagement 67

passive learning 130

patience, meanings and usage 845

and teachers 845

PBL see project-based learning

pedagogical innocence see intimacy of learning

pedagogy, Greek root of 162

peer learning 90

peer teaching 18990

personal affordance, of learning 3

personal invention, discourse of 13

personal learning environment 212

personal presentation 69

personhood 143

Petrarch 15, 812, 127

phenomenology of education 35

Piaget, Jean 31, 42

Piero di Cosimo 14

Pindar 221

Plato 11, 156

poetry, ancient prestige of 12

Pollaiuolo, Antonio 13

possession, and ownership 2056, 208

post-constructivism 31

post-constructivist future 244

powerlessness, of students 389

privacy of learning see intimacy of learning

private study 209

project-based learning 1034

prudence, and reflexion 229, 2345

quantitative methods 34

quizzes 8

Racine, Jean 61, 62, 78, 1112, 135, 137, 175, 227

Raphael 18, 151

reading groups 90

reason, and reflexion 235

receptive intelligence 23

reflexion 68, 105, 21530

and 17th-century art 225

and assessment 217

baroque conceptions 2247

and creative processes 237

criticisms of 2189

and decision-making 2345

enlightenment conceptions 2278, 2316

Greek conceptions 2201

and imagination 2379, 240

Latin root of 222

negative aspects 228

and prudence 234, 235

renaissance conceptions 2247

Romantic conceptions 2367

and second thoughts 231, 232

and Venetian art 2334

reflexions, communication of 228, 232

in the social realm 22930

renaissance, and Greek conception of fantasy 12

reporting, and telling 93

research, culture 4, 5

and leadership 160

into learning and teaching 35

nature of 123

output 3

and subjectivity 144

research degrees, assessment of 245

research graduates, and telling 90

research methods, and creativity 4, 29

responsibilities, of students 207, 208, 211

responsibility, conceptions of 2078

and creativity 207, 2101

Latin root of 207

result, meaning and usage 513, 55

résultat, French concept 51

rigour, meaning and usage 60

Ripa, Cesare 178

Roelofs, Monique 144

Romance languages, and telling 94

roots, meanings of 356

roots of experience, and language 35

sacrifice, and generosity 78

Saint Paul 7980

Schön, Donald 216

science, and creativity 4

self, conceptions of 204

and reflexion 239

sense of 31, 207, 208, 242, 245

self-centredness 1145

self-determination 40

self-evaluation 218

self-improvement, and creativity 4

self-regulated learning 1056

seminars 87

sensibility, concept of 152

Shakespeare, William, and engagement 61

and following 1578

and learning 467

and luxury 17980

and reflexion 223, 2256

and telling 956, 98

and waiting 138, 1401

and waste 1701, 1757, 185

use of captivate 63

use of centre 109, 1101

use of entertain 65

use of gentle 823

use of own 205

sharing enthusiasm 889, 91, 99, 100

sharing knowledge 89

Signorelli, Luca 17

skills acquisition 203, 213

Snell, Bruno 148, 221

social context of learning 31

social media 98

social relations, and learning 2

socialized learning 86

Socratic tutorial model see tutorials

soul 143

biblical references 1489

Greek conception 148

renaissance conceptions 150, 152

Roman conception 148

spirit 143

strategic imagination 8

student autonomy 105, 119, 122, 2123

student choice, in course design 1045

student diversity 188

student engagement 5760, 668, 69

student feedback 116

student ownership 208, 211

student success 56, 154

and academic results 54

and constructive alignment 166

student–teacher relationship 33, 69

student-centred, misuse 117

student-centredness 32, 38, 3940, 56, 1027, 11522, 153

and peer teaching 189

and reflexion 216

studios 87, 103

study flexibility, in course design 104

study methods 89

subject, as object 146, 147

in grammar 147

subject matter, meaning of 146, 147

subject objectives 49, 50

subjectivity, concept history 1456

and creativity 143, 144

intolerance of 1435, 153

paradox of 145

prehistory 14752

and research method 35

Romantic invention of 1523

as site of learning 143, 244

superfluity see luxury

surplus value, and waste 182

surprises, absence of 39

syllabus, design 32, 37

teaching to 3

Tasso, Torquato 956, 152, 155

teacher-centred lecturers 106, 107

teachers, approachability 1516

monitory role 29

reflective enthusiasm 345

and reflexion 216

responsible to syllabus 3

teaching, and creativity 34

derivation of 47

and imagination 243

and reflexion 240

teaching quality 57

measurement 69, 70

teamwork, and group identity 209

telling, about learning 889, 99, 20910

and accountability 945

and counting 946

educational potential 1001

Greek conceptions 913

and identity 88, 89, 91

and intimacy 94

meanings and usage 918

and ownership 94, 210

and social media 98

as subjective communication 96

terminology of education see language of education

theatre, and waiting 141

theorizing 216

thinking, Latin words for 222

thought, Greek words for 2201

thoughts, flow of 1946, 199200

thrift, conceptions of 172

Trissino, Giovan Giorgio 157

tutorials 87, 103, 190

Twitter 98, 99, 100

undergraduates, assessment 68, 23

pedagogy 510

and telling 90

understanding, measurement of 89

the unfamiliar, and imagination 1, 2

universities, claims for creativity 3

Unterhalting, usage 645

Vasari, Giorgio 1314, 1718, 23, 64, 14950, 151

vocabulary of education see language of education

Voltaire 227

Vygotsky, Lev 31

Vygotskyan theory 2

waiting 1234

ancient value of 1312

in art 133

biblical references 1312

in education 131

Greek conceptions 136

and humour 13940

and imagination 131

intolerance of 133

negative forms 1345

and readiness 132

renaissance conceptions 1258

response to uncertainty 1401

and sense-making 142

and servitude 1356

virtue in 131

Walker, David 218, 219, 238

war, and waste 170

waste, biblical references 1712

condemnation 185

and devastation 1701

discomfort with 169

in education 1678, 187

elimination 1867

Greek conceptions 1701

intrinsic to discovery 1689

Latin root of 170

of lives 170

and moral values 16970, 1728, 1867

positive connotations 1824

of potential 168, 187

renaissance conceptions 1735

of time 1767, 1856

Whitton, Joy 30

Woolf, Virginia 199200

writing, and research communication 123

Creativity Crisis

   by Robert Nelson