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History of creativity in Art Education
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on Dec 1, 2010
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The National Convention theme for 2011 is "Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation in Art Education"
Art Education magazine publishes an entire issue dedicated to creativity
Discovery that Nobel laureates are three times as likely to have avocations in the arts than the average person or scientists
National Center on Education and the Econmy reports that we must include creativiy and innovation in curriculum to compete in a global economy
Daniel Pink's book discusses left brain versus right brain and specifically the role of creativity.
Sawyer points out that more well developed countries are moving away from industrial and towards a knowledge based economy. Which requires innovative discoveries.
Time announces the person of the year as the anonymous individual among millions creating content for the web.
The most popular of the social networking sites, with over 500 million users changes the way people communicate
NCLB provides new federal standards for education.
The term "digital natives" is coined by Prensky.
Google search engine begins, forever changing problem solving and instant gratification.
Many curricula and social factors lead to decline of creative abilities of students.
Damon and Phelps research provides foundation of the creative problem solving strategy of peer interaction
Experiments by Necka help to develop types of creative thinking.
Shallcross studies the characteristics of creative people, helping to define the phenomenon
Reseaerch conducted by Kirst and Dickmeyer helps to develop types of creative thinking.
Arnheim studies the role of emotion in cognitive development especially in creative thinking and learning.
Rogers' process involves the "Eureka!" moment, the moment of discovery.
E. Paul Torrence tested the creativity levels of several hundred third grade students.
Professors from multiple subject areas based at The Ohio State Universeity convene to discuss the use of creativity in the Arts.
Victor D'Amico studies the development of technique alongside creative expression
The Integrated School Arts Program provides framework for art classrooms in the United States.
Dewey's landmark publication discusses expressive experiences in visual art
Graham Wallas develops his longstanding theory of the creative process
Andre Breton publishes the first manifrstlof surrealism. An art movement consistently associated with creativity.
The Age of Enlightenment marks the rise of the imagination in culture and philosophy