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Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, v17 n4 p272-283 Sum 2006

Combining both the Western perspective of creativity as productivity and the Eastern perspective of creativity as enlightenment, a Program for Enlightened and Productive Creativity (PEPC) for teaching inquiry was devised. The PEPC describes stages through which a student is guided to solve a problem using increasingly complex observation, inquiry, and experimentation. The use of this model in teaching is illustrated through a physics lesson of moire patterns using overlapping patterns found in our everyday life. A case is made that PEPC can be applied to teaching general students, as well as gifted students, and in different content areas. (Contains 20 figures.)

Descriptors: Creativity, Academically Gifted, Instructional Design, Western Civilization, Non Western Civilization, Science Process Skills, Physics, Models, Interdisciplinary Approach, Holistic Approach, Units of Study, Problem Solving, Intuition, Creative Thinking, Patternmaking

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Autor: Yuk, Keun Cheol; Cramond, Bonnie

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2272&id=EJ751010







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