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Creativity workshops at home: The role of creative competencies, attitudes and practices of parents in the shaping of creativity in pre-school children

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Kod przedmiotu: 00-0F-CWH Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Creativity workshops at home: The role of creative competencies, attitudes and practices of parents in the shaping of creativity in pre-school children
Jednostka: Instytut Pedagogiki
Grupy: Problemy współczesnej edukacji - wyk. w jęz. obcym - I rok, 2 sem. PE (II st. st. niest.) - 1 obow.
Społeczne problemy współcz. świata - wyk. w jęz. obcym - I rok PC (II st. st. niestac.) - 1 obow.
Punkty ECTS i inne: 0 LUB 2.00 (w zależności od programu)
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Język prowadzenia: angielski
Rodzaj przedmiotu:

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Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

There are three types of assignment in this module:

1) Active attendance (worth 10% of the overall mark)

2) Assigned reading (e.g., of a text selected by the tutor) – independent work that is worth 30% of the overall mark. The knowledge of the text will be assessed in a quiz.

3) Multimedia presentation: group work that is worth 60% of the overall mark

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The module will cover the following topics:

- What is creativity? Various models of creativity and how they can be applied to the home environment. Can creativity be taught? Can it be assessed?Factors affecting creative behaviour.

- Family context & creativity; parental awareness, competencies, attitudes, creative potential, practices and their relationship with preschool children’s creativity; other characteristics of a family (e.g., structure, power relations) that affect young children’s creativity;

- Aspects of the home environment (space, time, resources) that affect creativity; aspects, processes and outcomes of creative play

- Activities/ play that stimulate creativity in specific developmental domains

- Creativity in the digital age – how technology can facilitate but also challenge children's creativity

Aims of the module:

• Familiarising the students with the current research on creativity in the family context

• Developing students’ scientific language competencies within the topics discussed in the module

• Developing students’ communicative abilities in English, including:

o comprehension of scientific texts

o communication of information – group oral presentation

• Extending students’ research skills including searching and utilising foreign language scientific literature in the area of creativity in the home environment

• Developing students’ organisational skills (e.g., effective cooperation and project preparation in a group)

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

Literature to read:

Fradera, A. (2017). The four ways to promote creativity in children come more naturally to some mothers than others. Research Digest. The British Psychological Society. Retrieved from: https://digest.bps.org.uk/2017/12/04/the-four-ways-to-promote-creativity-in-children-come-more-naturally-to-some-mothers-than-others/

Kwaśniewska, J. M., Gralewski, J., Witkowska, E. M., Kostrzewska, M., & Lebuda, I. (2018). Mothers’ personality traits and the climate for creativity they build with their children. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 27, 13-24.

Pang, W., Lu, Y., Long, H., Wang, Q., & Lin, L. (2020). Three-generational families: Are they beneficial to Chinese children’s creativity?. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 35, 100623.

Pugsley, L., & Acar, S. (2020). Supporting creativity or conformity? Influence of home environment and parental factors on the value of children's creativity characteristics. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 54(3), 598-609.

Metody i kryteria oceniania: (tylko po angielsku)

Assignments, methods and criteria of their assessment:

1) Active attendance. Short activities in the lecture – 10% of the overall mark

2) Reading an assigned text. The knowledge of the text will be assessed with a quiz.- 30% of the overall mark

3) Multimedia presentation – students are asked to place themselves in the shoes of an early years educator. The aim of the presentation is to raise parents’ awareness on how to support their children’s creativity. Students think of a creative activity or a form of play that can be done at home with a child (3-6 years). They prepare a group presentation in the form of a 10-15 min video recording or a 10-12 PP slides in which they describe the activity/ play and present scientific evidence on how it stimulates creativity. Creativity is encouraged. Group work (4-5 people) worth 60% of the overall mark.

Marking scale

• 51% – 60% – satisfactory (3)

• 61% – 70% – more than satisfactory (3+)

• 71% – 80% – good (4)

• 81% – 90% – more than good + (4+)

• 91% – 100% – very good (5)

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni dla niestacjonarnych 2020/2021" (w trakcie)

Okres: 2021-02-22 - 2021-09-30
Wybrany podział planu:


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Typ zajęć: Wykład, 15 godzin, 200 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Małgorzata Korko
Prowadzący grup: Małgorzata Korko
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Zaliczenie na ocenę
Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

There are three types of assignment in this module:

1) Active attendance (worth 10% of the overall mark)

2) Assigned reading (e.g., of a text selected by the tutor) – independent work that is worth 30% of the overall mark. The knowledge of the text will be assessed in a quiz.

3) Multimedia presentation: group work that is worth 60% of the overall mark

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The module will cover the following topics:

- What is creativity? Various models of creativity and how they can be applied to the home environment. Can creativity be taught? Can it be assessed?Factors affecting creative behaviour.

- Family context & creativity; parental awareness, competencies, attitudes, creative potential, practices and their relationship with preschool children’s creativity; other characteristics of a family (e.g., structure, power relations) that affect young children’s creativity;

- Aspects of the home environment (space, time, resources) that affect creativity; aspects, processes and outcomes of creative play

- Activities/ play that stimulate creativity in specific developmental domains

- Creativity in the digital age – how technology can facilitate but also challenge children's creativity

Aims of the module:

• Familiarising the students with the current research on creativity in the family context

• Developing students’ scientific language competencies within the topics discussed in the module

• Developing students’ communicative abilities in English, including:

o comprehension of scientific texts

o communication of information – group oral presentation

• Extending students’ research skills including searching and utilising foreign language scientific literature in the area of creativity in the home environment

• Developing students’ organisational skills (e.g., effective cooperation and project preparation in a group)

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

Literature to read:

Fradera, A. (2017). The four ways to promote creativity in children come more naturally to some mothers than others. Research Digest. The British Psychological Society. Retrieved from: https://digest.bps.org.uk/2017/12/04/the-four-ways-to-promote-creativity-in-children-come-more-naturally-to-some-mothers-than-others/

Kwaśniewska, J. M., Gralewski, J., Witkowska, E. M., Kostrzewska, M., & Lebuda, I. (2018). Mothers’ personality traits and the climate for creativity they build with their children. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 27, 13-24.

Pang, W., Lu, Y., Long, H., Wang, Q., & Lin, L. (2020). Three-generational families: Are they beneficial to Chinese children’s creativity?. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 35, 100623.

Pugsley, L., & Acar, S. (2020). Supporting creativity or conformity? Influence of home environment and parental factors on the value of children's creativity characteristics. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 54(3), 598-609.

Uwagi: (tylko po angielsku)

Synchronised teaching – video meetings via MS Teams

Team link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/team/19%3a9236d265b7024512bf8697624c157780%40thread.tacv2/conversations?groupId=50a6a414-f045-42f6-913a-e6476509d0f5&tenantId=aee18df6-9fc6-4188-b9f4-b3f12e451c86

Contact hours: 15

Home assignments: 25 h

Group presentation assignment: 25 h

ECTS points: 2

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