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Influence Mapping the Four Ps of Creativity: Student Engagement, A/r/tography and SoTL

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Abstract

Traditional data-driven research methods don’t usually recognize unique experiences and spaces that exist in practice-based disciplines such as the arts. This collage presentation interweaves the process/product accounts of three a/r/trographers (Irwin, 2013) as we seek out a previously missing component in visual assessment work: student voice and engagement. Our SoTL journey examines the role of creativity/ conceptual inventiveness at foundational levels. Mixed-methods results from a longitudinal IRB approved study utilizing student focus groups and surveys will be presented. We invite participants to “influence map” throughout the presentation as we consider creativity’s four Ps: person, place, process and productivity (Runco, 2007).

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Jan 25th, 2:15 PM Jan 25th, 3:00 PM

Influence Mapping the Four Ps of Creativity: Student Engagement, A/r/tography and SoTL

Room 1

Traditional data-driven research methods don’t usually recognize unique experiences and spaces that exist in practice-based disciplines such as the arts. This collage presentation interweaves the process/product accounts of three a/r/trographers (Irwin, 2013) as we seek out a previously missing component in visual assessment work: student voice and engagement. Our SoTL journey examines the role of creativity/ conceptual inventiveness at foundational levels. Mixed-methods results from a longitudinal IRB approved study utilizing student focus groups and surveys will be presented. We invite participants to “influence map” throughout the presentation as we consider creativity’s four Ps: person, place, process and productivity (Runco, 2007).