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  • Iced2014 crea-v1-Fostering-Creativity-in-Higher-Education

    1. 1. Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt Fostering Creativity in Higher Education Tobias Haertel, Isa Jahnke, Johannes Wildt ICED 2014 16-18 June 2014, Stockholm 1
    2. 2. Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt What is creativity? 2
    3. 3. Level of Perception on Creativity Concepts Individual level Psychology Societal-cultural level Sociology Praxiological level Didactical Design Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt
    4. 4. Level of Perception on Creativity Concepts The observer perspective matters! …what is new? …for the individual learner? …for the group of learners …for the local communities? …for the society? …for researchers? … Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt
    5. 5. Reference system for HE Science Person Practice Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt
    6. 6. Pressure to be creative? The demand on creativity reflects the process of a “dissolution of the boundaries” of Arts into many different fields of culture and society… Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt
    7. 7. Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt What are the teachers‘ conceptions on student creativity related to learning? How do the teachers perceive creativity of students? 7
    8. 8. Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt DaVinci (2009-2011) 8 Qualitative approach Step 1 • 10 Interviews: creative teachers (prof of the year, teaching award winners, Top5 „meinprof.de“) • 10 Interviews: UAMR teachers educational science Step 2 • Online survey, n=1844
    9. 9. Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt Tobias‘ Folien 9 •question any information given •break out of receptive habitus •“students don‘t act repetitively“ ...self-reflective learning •search for relevant literature on their own •make their own decisions •“students find their own research questions“ ...independent learning •all measures that contribute to increased motivation •support learners to be curious •“students are enthusiastic“ ...showing curiosity and motivation •learning by creating a sort of product (presentation, questionnaire, machine, website…) •“students act like researchers “ ...learning by creating something •interdisciplinary thinking •to look automatically from different points of view on an issue •“students overcome prejudiced thinking“ …multi-perspective thinking •cannot be forced •prepare to be as ready-to- receive as possible •“students have original, new ideas“ …totally new, original ideas “What is a creative achievement of your students?” A creative achievement by my students is seen in… 17/06/14
    10. 10. Creativity Differences Across Disciplines Educational Science focuses on…? Computer Science focuses on…? …finding the problem …solving the problem Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt
    11. 11. Claudius Terkowsky & Tobias Haertel17/06/14 11 “What can you do to foster creativity? To Do Working in Small Groups One group per category
    12. 12. Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt DaVinci 12 17/06/14 Quantitative approach: • UAMR online survey: all teachers • n=296 participants • 52% male, 48% female • 69% scientific assistents, 19% professors, 12% lecturers • 48% participation in higher education workshops
    13. 13. Tobias Haertel / Isa Jahnke / Johannes Wildt Creativity in HE 13 297 365 243 278 326 326 9 Self-reflective learning Independent learning Curiosity and motivation Learning by doing Multiperspective thinking Reach for original ideas Does not fit Students' creative achievements assigned to the 6 facets of of creativity in higher education n=1.844 utterances by teachers
    14. 14. References Main publications in GERMAN Isa Jahnke & Tobias Haertel (2010): Kreativitätsförderung in der Hochschule – ein Rahmenkonzept. In: Hochschulwesen. Universitätsverlag Webler. 3/2010, S. 88-96. 2010_Jahnke_Haertel-Hochschulwesen.pdf (288,1 kB) Tobias Haertel & Isa Jahnke (2011): Wie kommt die Kreativitätsförderung in die Hochschullehre? In: Zeitschrift für Hochschulentwicklung, ZFHE, Jg.6 / Nr.3 (Oktober 2011). S. 238-245. 2011_Haertel_Jahnke_ZFHE-Kreativitätsförderung.pdf (436,4 kB) Isa Jahnke, Tobias Haertel & Michael Winkler (2011): Sechs Facetten der Kreativitätsförderung in der Lehre – empirische Erkenntnisse. In: S. Nickel, CHE (Hrsg.), Der Bologna-Prozess aus Sicht der Hochschulforschung. Analysen und Impulse fuer die Praxis. Online. S. 138-152. 2011_Jahnke_Haertel_Winkler-CHE-Kreativität.pdf (227,9 kB) Isa Jahnke, Tobias Haertel, Volker Mattick, Karsten Lettow (2010): Was ist eine kreative Leistung Studierender? Erfahrungen eines Medien-gestützten kreativitätsförderlichen Lehrbeispiels. In: D. Engbring, R. Keil, J. Magenheim, H. Selke (Hrsg.): HDI2010 – Tagungsband der 4. Fachtagung zur »Hochschuldidaktik Informatik«. Potsdam: Universitätsverlag Potsdam. S. 87-92. 2010_Jahnke_Haertel-etal-HDI.pdf (127,2 kB) Download here http://www.isa-jahnke.com/publications/
    15. 15. References Publications in ENGLISH Tobias Haertel, Claudius Terkowsky, Isa Jahnke (2012). Where have all the inventors gone? Is there a lack of spirit of research in engineering education curricula? In: Proceedings of ICL-IGIP 2012, Interactive Collaborative Learning. 26-28 September 2012, Austria. 2012_Haertel_Terkowsky_Jahnke_Where_have_all_the_inventors_gone.pdf (949,8 kB) Isa Jahnke (2013). Teaching Practices in iPad-Classrooms: Alignment of Didactical Designs, Mobile Devices and Creativity. In International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning (ijMBL), July-Sept 2013, Vol 5, No 3, pp. 1-17. on ACADEMIA.EDU Isa Jahnke (2011): How to Foster Creativity in Technology Enhanced Learning. In B. White, I. King, & Ph. Tsang (Eds.), Social Media Tools and Platforms in Learning Environments: Present and Future. Springer. pp. 95-116. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-20392-3_6. 2011_Jahnke_creativity-in-White.pdf (355,2 kB) Isa Jahnke & Julia Liebscher: (2013). Towards a Didactical Design Using Mobile Devices to Encourage Creativity. In: Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences 5(1), 51-64. DOI: 10.11120/elss.2013.05010051. Journal website http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/toc/elss/5/1 , PDF-Download from http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/doi/pdf/10.11120/elss.2013.05010051 and PDF 2013_Jahnke_Liebscher_ELSS.pdf (295,8 kB)

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