Daily Archives: July 18, 2014

Analysis of the Scientific Imagination Process

Scientific inventions arise from the exercise of a rich imagination. This study aimed to explore the mechanisms and factors influencing the Scientific Imagination Process of elementary school students. Five award-winning science teachers and nine students recruited from a southern city … Continue reading

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Enhancing Creativity in Group Collaboration

As Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have become established tools for communication, organizations increasingly use computer-mediated work groups to support various business processes and find creative solutions to organizational problems. In such a context, groups’ creative performance can greatly contribute … Continue reading

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Educating for Creativity and Innovation

In the last several decades many of the world’s most developed countries have shifted from an industrial economy to a knowledge economy, one based on the creation of knowledge, information, and innovation. Educational researchers have paid very little scholarly attention … Continue reading

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