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On Co-Creativity in Playful Classroom Activities

Alexander Schmoelz
Published Online: 2017-06-30 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/ctra-2017-0002

Abstract

Recent research points to the essential role of creativity in coping with and acting in a changing world. It has been shown that individual, collaborative and communal efforts are a core capacity for acting in and coping with ever changing circumstances, such that a novel emphasis on cocreativity has arisen. Yet there is very little research on how to provide occasions for co-creativity in classrooms and so the research problem focuses on enabling co-creativity. Therefore, a playful pedagogical design was created and facilitated in classroom. The qualitative data collection methods involved narrative-Socratic dialogues with teachers and students, field notes, and gameplay videography. The Narrative-Structural Method was used to analyze the research material. The main results show that playful classroom activities provide an occasion for co-creative reframing's, engaging in dialogue, expressing emotions, and co-creating a shared story that is rich in co-determined actions. In conclusion, the pedagogical implications of the results are that classroom activities for co-creativity may facilitate mixed playful pedagogies and empty content spaces, so that children and young people can playfully identify, explore and negotiate shared topics that are novel and meaningful to themselves and others.

Keywords: Creativity Co-Creativity Game-based learning Gamification Storytelling Narrative-Socratic Dialogue Classroom Activities Narrative-Structural Method

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Received: 2016-08-24

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Accepted: 2016-12-07

Published Online: 2017-06-30

Published in Print: 2017-06-27


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