Creatività, pensiero divergente e pensiero laterale per una didattica semplessa

Author/s Iolanda Zollo, Elias E. Kourkoutas, Maurizio Sibilio
Publishing Year 2015 Issue 2015/1 Language Italian
Pages 13 P. 5-17 File size 93 KB
DOI 10.3280/ERP2015-001001
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In the current dynamic school contexts, teachers are requested to plan and implement flexible and differentiated didactic programmes with the aim of meeting all the students’ needs and bring their potential to light. This educational investment, besides being a professional need, aids in removing any obstacle to learning and promotes full participation in school life. This article outlines the theoretical framework of creative thinking within a simplex perspective, intended as a tool for didactic deviations, and consequently provides the basis of how this innovative strategy could help to decipher and face complexity in challenging situations.

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Iolanda Zollo, Elias E. Kourkoutas, Maurizio Sibilio, Creatività, pensiero divergente e pensiero laterale per una didattica semplessa in "EDUCATIONAL REFLECTIVE PRACTICES" 1/2015, pp 5-17, DOI: 10.3280/ERP2015-001001