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Creativity+Technology+Learning by Mind Map: Creativity+Technology+Learning

1. Technology!

2. Creativity

2.1. Exploring curiosity and imagination

2.1.1. Resources

2.1.1.1. Vygotsky on creativity and imagination

2.1.1.2. Books

2.1.1.2.1. Mark Turner: The origin of ideas. Blending as the process through which humans create new ideas

2.1.1.2.2. Curiosity as an important aspect of creativity Phillip Ball: Curiosity, how science became interested in everything

2.2. Intellectual artefacts as creative expression

2.2.1. Karl Popper's epistemological model

2.2.2. Multimodality explained by Carey Jewitt

2.2.2.1. Video at IOE: Carrey Jewitt explaining what multimodality is

2.2.2.2. An example of a multimodal object made by me while trying to give meaning to a mathematical concept

2.2.2.3. Link to Julian Stood's blog and his creative way to construct knowledge

2.2.2.4. Glosary for multimodal terms

2.2.3. Intellectual property: Creative Common License. Look the video on the page

3. Technology

3.1. What do we as teachers and also as students would need to learn in order to flourish in the digital era?

3.1.1. Digital literacy and literacies

3.1.1.1. Another article to complement

3.1.2. Web literacies: a Mozilla initiative

3.1.2.1. Scaffolding web literacies through learning pathways

3.1.2.2. Resources made by others

3.1.2.3. A chart of the web literacies

3.1.2.4. A blank template to make our own resources

3.1.2.5. A first attempt to do a lesson in the web

3.1.2.6. http://padlet.com/wall/8nyyxpw5b3qn

3.1.3. The McArthur Foundation an interesting place to inquiry about digital media and education

4. Learning

4.1. Exploring what all these new affordances of digital technologies imply for school and HE

4.1.1. Futuristic studies

4.1.1.1. The future of learning preparing for change: a research developed by the European Commission and the Institute for Prospective Technological studies

4.1.1.2. A practical example: Steve Jobs schools. Opened in 2013 its doors in the Netherlands

4.1.2. New paradigms and theories?

4.1.2.1. Connectivism

4.1.2.1.1. Connected minds OECD

4.1.2.2. Social constructivism

4.1.2.2.1. Khan Academy

4.1.2.3. Social network YouTube: The power of networks

4.1.3. Sociology not technology, a blog post to read

5. Access all of the materials and readings following the link