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Creativity, Basic Skills and Computing: A Conceptual Intersection with Implications for Education
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Journal of Creative Behavior Volume 23, Number 4,

Abstract

The article relates the creative process, basic skills, and computing. The importance of both basic skills and creative development are stressed and the computer is seen as both an expressive medium and a skill builder. Computer models encourage the teaching of old skills in new ways as well as the encouragement of inventiveness. (DB)

Citation

Adams, D. & Hamm, M. (1989). Creativity, Basic Skills and Computing: A Conceptual Intersection with Implications for Education. Journal of Creative Behavior, 23(4), 258. Retrieved October 21, 2019 from .

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