It’s Not ‘Hippies Running Barefoot Through a Field of Daisies’ and Other Contemplations on Creativity with Dr. Jonathan Plucker
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Thank goodness I was never sent to school; it would have rubbed off some of the originality. —Beatrix Potter
Turning in something and getting a grade. That is not how engineers work, it’s not how designers work. —Jonathan Plucker
This article is the most recent in an ongoing series that highlights the work of respected scholars in the field of creativity. We have navigated many facets of the field through these articles—from the neuroscience of creativity, to design perspectives or cultural dynamics, to the social and educational contexts that support creativity. Our goal in these articles is to delve into the many pathways that the field offers, exploring the way that creativity impacts our lives in this increasingly complex and connected world. In this article, we continue this ongoing series by sharing the expertise of Dr. Jonathan Plucker.
Dr. Plucker is an educational psychologist at Johns Hopkins University where he is the Julian C. Stanley Professor of Talent...
The Deep-Play Research group is a loose collective of faculty and graduate students at Arizona State University and Michigan State University. Participants include: Danah Henriksen, Sarah Keenan-Lechel, Rohit Mehta, Punya Mishra, & Carmen Richardson.
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