Cachia Romina, Ferrari Anusca, Ala-Mutka Kirsti & Punie Yves (2010). Creative Learning and Innovative Teaching : Final Report on the Study on Creativity and Innovation in Education in the EU Member States. Luxembourg : Office des publications officielles des CommunautĂ©s europĂ©ennes (OPOCE), Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, Joint Research Centre, nÂ° EUR 24675 EN, p. 1–61. ISSN 978-92-79-18974-6. En ligne : <http://ipts.jrc.ec.euro ... cations/pub.cfm?id=3900>.
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|Resource type: Government Report/Documentation
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-92-79-18974-6
BibTeX citation key: Cachia2010a
Keywords: crĂ©ativitĂ©, innovation pĂ©dagogique
Creators: Ala-Mutka, Cachia, Ferrari, Punie
Publisher: Office des publications officielles des CommunautĂ©s europĂ©ennes (OPOCE) (Luxembourg)
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"EU policies call for the strengthening of Europe's innovative capacity and the development of a creative and knowledge-intensive economy and society through reinforcing the role of education and training in the knowledge triangle and focusing school curricula on creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. This report brings evidence to the debate on the status, barriers and enablers for creativity and innovation in compulsory schooling in Europe. It is the final report of the project: âCreativity and Innovation in Education and Training in the EU27 (ICEAC)â carried out by IPTS in collaboration with DG Education and Culture, highlighting the main messages gathered from each phase of the study: a literature review, a survey with teachers, an analysis of curricula and of good practices, stakeholder and expert interviews, and experts workshops. Based on this empirical material, five major areas for improvement are proposed to enable more creative learning and innovative teaching in Europe: curricula, pedagogies and assessment, teacher training, ICT and digital media, and educational culture and leadership. The study highlights the need for action at both national and European level to bring about the changes required for an open and innovative European educational culture based on the creative and innovative potential of its future generation. "
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