Provisioning the research environment for creativity – a research supervision pedagogy.

Reader in Education Geoff Hill has written a blog all about geof hillsupervision. His latest post is about “Provisioning the research environment for creativity”. Here are some highlights from his blog:

Research supervision has been described as a practice “traditionally conducted behind the closed door” (McWilliam, and Palmer, 1995, 32)

I am seeing emergent agendas for nurturing creativity in higher degree research:

  1. Science PhDs looking for ways to adopt more exciting and user friendly publications of their scientific discoveries.

  2. The ‘Bright club’ extolling the virtues of more creative lecturing.

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