Ferrari Anusca, Cachia Romina & Punie Yves (dir.) (2010). Creative and Innovative Good Practices in Compulsory Education in Europe : Collection and Descriptive Analysis of 10 Good Practices of Creativity and Innovation in Compulsory Education in the EU27. Seville : Joint research centre - Institute for prospective technological studies, JRC Technical notes, nÂ° JRC 59689. En ligne : <http://ftp.jrc.es/EURdoc/JRC59689_TN.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: Banaji2010a
Creators: Banaji, Cachia, Cranmer, Ferrari, Perrotta, Punie
Publisher: Joint research centre - Institute for prospective technological studies (Seville)
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"The main aim of this study is to collect and analyse educational practices which exemplify good models of creative learning and innovative teaching in compulsory education in the EU27. Ten good practices have been identified according to the following criteria:
- Fair geographic distribution within the EU27;
- Fair distribution according to age groups, from primary to lower and upper secondary;
- Variety of domains of knowledge, from cross-curricular initiatives to projects related to specific subject areas;
- Variety in the scope and scale of the initiative;
- Variety of examples that consider the different facets of creativity.
For each of the good practices, the research team has identified resources and information and evaluated them in order to provide the reader with an exhaustive overview of the projects".