Published Buckingham [England] ; Philadelphia: Open University Press, Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 5 of 6. Series Supporting early learning. Subjects Creative ability in children.
Summary The aim of this book is to use real life examples of young children's development and their growing competence to show the richness of their creativity and imagination. Duffy also discusses ways of planning and assessing children's progress.
What are creativity and imagination and why are they important? The importance of creativity and imagination for society and young children. Defining creativity and imagination. Creative and imaginative experiences Pt. How do creativity and imagination develop? The development of creativity and imagination from birth to 6 years. The creative process Pt.
The role of the adult. The organization of space, time and social contexts.
Planning implementing observing, recording and assessing. Notes Includes bibliographical references p.
Other Form Online version Duffy, Bernadette, Supporting creativity and imagination in the early years. Buckingham [England] ; Philadelphia: View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Related resource Contributor biographical information at http: Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"?
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Mt Gravatt Campus Library. La Trobe University Library. Borchardt Library, Melbourne Bundoora Campus. Open to the public ; LB Kelvin Grove Campus Library. Supporting the development of creative and innovative thinking is significant for children as they face new situations and challenges throughout their lives, especially with constant developments in technology.
Providing a range of resources to encourage creativity within the service allows children to experiment with different objects, colours and textures. Treasure baskets can be created using everyday items that allow for open-ended play refer to the Littledyke resource for more information on how to create a treasure basket.
Educators can also support creative thinking simply by ensuring that children have time to play. Play provides children with the opportunity to problem solve, make mistakes, build connections and create within a secure environment. For early childhood educators it means looking at the constraints on practice, such as prescriptive and formal curricula, rigid timetables, and finding ways of overcoming them.
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There are also many resources available to help inspire educators to incorporate creativity within a centre and support creative thinking for children. It features extensive questions to prompt self-reflection, inspiration and renewal in your service. Gai Lindsay is a lecturer in early childhood education at the University of Wollongong, where she is also completing her PhD.
Gai is also a skilled visual artist who has worked with children, educators and services to support creativity. A number of quality-assured books are also available to purchase online at the ECA Shop: Everyday Learning Series, Volume 12, Number 3.