Creativity in Teaching and Teaching for Creativity
Modern Practices in the Digital Era in Engineering
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In this book, the authors write about creativity in teaching and how to enhance creativity in learners. They highlight the new reality of teaching and learning in the digital era, specifically the impact of Artificial Intelligence, Data Economy, and Artificial Minds on modern teaching practices, curriculum design, and the role of teachers in classrooms.
Creativity in Teaching and Teaching for Creativity: Modern Practices in the Digital Era approaches human intelligence as a universal gift. It emphasizes that the creativity of human beings is not only a natural quality, but one that can be enhanced as a result of learning. The book suggests new teaching models and approaches and discusses how the role of teachers in the classroom has fundamentally changed, emphasizing the emotional connection between students and teachers.
The book will find interest with academicians, including teachers and students of various disciplines. Higher education policymakers who believe in transforming the education industry and research scholars who are pursuing their Ph.D. or Post Doc. in the field of Education Technology and Education and Learning as well as those working in the area of Education Technology and Artificial Intelligence, such as industry professionals in education management and e-learning companies.
Table of Contents
1. Human Creativity and Giftedness. 2. Human Intelligence and Giftedness. 3. Critical Digital Pedagogy – Innovative Model. 4. Creativity in Teaching and Teaching for Creativity – Engineering Students. 5. Human Development Toward Self-Actualization. 6. Supporting Creativity and Mathematical Talent Development.
Prof. Lucy Lunevich is a Senior Lecturer and Program Director of the Growth Lab at RMIT University, School of Engineering, Melbourne, Australia. She is a passionate advocate for the role of high education, research, and innovation in creating economic prosperity and for improving people's lives through education and training, innovation, and environmental awareness. She maintains an active social media presence and has been rated one of the 25 smartest women to follow on Twitter by Fast Company Magazine. She is the chief editor for Water Environmental Federation (WEF) publishing agency in the US and is frequently invited to address businesses in Australia and US. Prof. Lunevich’s research interests include areas of critical digital pedagogy, and meta-pedagogy as emerging fields of research and practice. Prof. Majed Rabhan Wadaani is an Associate Professor and Chairman in the Department of Special Education, College of Education, Jazan University, Saudi Arabia. He has been working in areas of human development and self-actualization, developing critical thinking, and the development of students to their full potential.