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Liminality: Thinking Through Creative Practice, Unpredictability and Pedagogy of Collaboration. Arts-Based Knowledge Translation Frameworks

Melissa Laird

Proceedings of TIE 2019 - 3rd EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education | SpringerLink | Published : 2019


The pedagogical frameworks outlined in this paper are based in student learning at the intersection of academic knowledge acquisition and research, with discipline expert teaching. They centre on the cultivation of liminal spaces in which a student finds multiple entry points to a topic/s and multiple ways of generating outcomes. The examples provided demonstrate how thinking through creative practice and material culture research can cultivate the higher order critical and flexible thinking skills students require to engage with creative practice and collaborations which ‘support human life and learning’ (Tudor, Creativity: a higher order capability. Doctoral dissertation, University of Tec..

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