Acknowledging Creative Thinking Skills
The content and context of the Creative Thinking Skills Spectrum is now available as an easily understood and digestible publication suitable for practical use and wider academic dissemination, in the form of a book available here.
The author and project designer, Elaine Holt, has provided the working definitions, interpreted from successful Steiner Waldorf pedagogy, which have become the foundation for the suite of qualifications.
There are five partners working togehter on this project
- Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship (UK)
- Steinerskoleforbundet (Norway)
- Steinerkasvatuksen liitto (Finland)
- Sammenslutningen af frie Rudolf Steiner skoler i Danmark (Denmark)
- Crossfields Institute (UK) – the awarding body for the qualifications.
- Published 2018
- All rights reserved © Elaine Holt 2018
- Grateful acknowledgement is given for permission to reproduce the following:
- Front Cover: Pastel Water Drop (2009) © Blomerus Calitz, https://www.flickr.com/photos/blomeruscalitz/
- Figures 1 & 7: Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship
- Figure 8: Blomerus Calitz;
- Figures 4 & 14: Getty images
- Figure 15: London Transport Museum
- Figure 26: Science Photo (Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge)
- Figure 34: The Waldorf School of Baltimore
- Figure 41: Graham Holt
- Figure 49: The National Gallery
- Figure 86: Crossfields Institute
- Figures 56, 64, 72, 76, 77, 87 & 88: Gottfried Straube Fjeldså
- Figures 32, 36, 37, 38, 44, 50, 52, 54, 57, 60, 61, 62, 65, 67, 70, 74 & 78: Ringwood Waldorf School
- Appendix 1: Michael Hall School
- Appendix 2: The Journal of Philosophy for Children.