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These personal accounts of teaching aimed at promoting students' creativity have been ... understanding of how we might be more effective at nurturing students' creativity in higher education. ...
This paper is intended for academics and institutional policy-makers within creative disciplines ... knowledge and attributes that equip them not only to enter the creative industries but to move those ... industries forward: to become creative graduates. ...
Looking Out: Effective engagement with creative and cultural enterprise ARTS HE AND THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
education (ArtsHE) has evolved, its relationship to creative industries and how ArtsHE students learn. ...
Creative Interventions: Valuing and fostering Creative Arts students work-related learning in the public and third sectors
The Creative Interventions project was a result of the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme project ... Higher Education Academy. This project examines creative arts student experiences of wor-related learning ... is primarily written for academics (both within the creative arts and other disciplines); the Higher ...
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