Category Archives: CE

Creative Education

Profile of Promoters and Hindering Teachers Creativity: Own or Shared?

Author(s): Nazira Píriz Giménez ABSTRACT Creativity is now at days a valued quality in all its areas and most particulary in Education. However, there is still widespread ignorance of Creativity in the Formal Education’s field and a lack of scientific … Continue reading

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Thinking about Thinking: Can the Face Be a Window to the Mind

Author(s): Allen Tager ABSTRACT Mankind is on the verge of an evolutionary breakthrough that has the potential to transform the human way of life. In this manuscript I propose a new approach to education, which focuses on developing the “intuitive … Continue reading

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Art and Education or Education through Art: Educating through Image

Author(s): Peri Mesquida, Kellin Cristina Melchior Inocêncio ABSTRACT This article is part of a partial research report on education through art in preschool and elementary school, mainly in the last year of preschool and in the first year of primary … Continue reading

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Openness in Scandinavian Classrooms: Student Perceptions of Teaching Practices and High Achievers of Civic Knowledge

Author(s) : Lihong Huang1, Heidi Biseth ABSTRACT In this paper, we explore how teaching practices in classrooms influence students’ civic knowledge achievement in three Scandinavian countries: Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Using data from the 2009 International Civic and Citizenship Education … Continue reading

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Addressing Foreign Language Learning Anxiety with Facebook

Author(s):Serge Gabarre, Cécile Gabarre, Rosseni Din, Parilah Shah, Aidah Abdul Karim ABSTRACT Learning a foreign language can be a daunting task which challenges students in several ways. Although students more readily identify anxiety as linked to speaking, all other language … Continue reading

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The Role of Interactive Visual Art Learning in Development of Young Children’s Creativity

Author(s): Sylvia Stavridi ABSTRACT Learning by interactive arts methods is a non-traditional approach to new creative teaching methods, in which young children are simultaneously engaged to feel and understand the original concept of core content areas in education, such as … Continue reading

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Interactive Digital Games for Geography Teaching and Understanding Geographical Space

Author(s) :Christian Nunes da Silva ABSTRACT This article aims to analyze and discuss the use of digital interactive games, such as learning tools to be used by educators in the classroom, as a resource for geography teaching-learning process in the … Continue reading

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Hands-On Russian Culture Lessons

Author(s): Ksenia S. Zhbanova, Audrey C. Rule, Michelle L. Tichy ABSTRACT The global diverse society necessitates that teachers develop cultural competency and use authentic resources for teaching. This article presents classroom-tested materials for teaching elementary students about aspects of Russian … Continue reading

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The Unexpected and Education: Curriculums for Creativity

Author:Romina Elisondo Source: The Unexpected and Education: Curriculums for Creativity; Journal of Creative Education; DOI: 10.4236/ce.2013.412A2002 Unexpected promotes creativity. Design activities, curriculum and educational contexts with unexpected components is one way to stimulate creativity in the classroom. The article write by Elisondo, … Continue reading

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