New Publications in TechTrends
Rah Rah Process Design!
Two new publications in TechTrends: Creativity and Play with Sandra Russ and online critical dialogue Creativity and Play Shagun Singha and I interviewed creativity and play expert Dr. Sandra Russ for the latest in the Deep Play Research Group’s series on creative experts. We were inspired by her dedication to supporting children’s creativity through play. Singha, S., […]
Principled Innovation + Design
Rah Rah Process Design! 3/7/2020 0 Comments Some thoughts about–and tools for–process design. Three cheers for process design! Rah rah process design! Process design supports all design!Rah rah process design! Process design scaffolds creativity!Rah rah process design! Process designs iterate! Read my Talking About Design post! Process design tools (for facilitation work and lesson planning): […]
ETR&D: Designing Theory
Thanks to Claire Gilbert and others in the Office of Scholarship and Innovation at Arizona State University for producing new videos based on a framework I worked on last summer! Read More!
Building Knowledge with Creative Tools
New publication in Educational Technology Research and Development! Read the full article here. Read an introduction by Punya Mishra here. Thanks to Punya Mishra for the image!
Returning to Embodied Creative Experiences
This semester, I have been experimenting with creative interview protocols. Here’s a 3 minute video I created about it. I’m continuing to explore these ideas through my dissertation. You can learn more about Liz Lerman’s Atlas of Creative Tools on her website.
The Node Chair
Yesterday I had the honor of interviewing Paula Thomson and Victoria Jaque, creativity researchers from the Kinesiology Department at CSU-Northridge. And it was fascinating. Dr. Thomson is a dancer, choreographer, and psychologist. When she interviewed for her position and CSU, she met Dr. Jaque. Dr. Jaque comes from an exercise science background and studied physiology in athletes. They […]
One winter morning, I walked into a classroom at Brigham Young University. Then I walked back out. Then I walked in again…was I in the right place? Was I in the right century? Instead of the familiar octagon-shaped tables that we usually crowded around for assessment class, there were a whole bunch of these all […]