Faculty member in a teacher education program. Has published articles addressing creativity, critical thinking, and social influences on learning.

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Publications:
Academic Excellence through Critical, Reflective, and Creative Thinking

Achievement is best realized with the development and cultivation of critical, reflective, and creative thinking skills and inquiry-based instruction.

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Addressing Patterns of Passive Learning and Creative Dependency

A series of routine classroom questions originally meant to help pre-service teachers recognize and identify their own generation lead to further inquiry concerning diminishing creativeness with today’s youth.

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Disrupting a Regressive Cycle of Creativity

Creative abilities may dissipate and weaken within a ‘Cycle of Creativity’ which begins and ends in the same condition of information and creative dependency.

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Influences of Social Cohesion Disrupting the “Cycle of Creativity”

Individuals may realize improvements in creative ability and increased creative activity with a newfound sense of recognition, identity, and acceptance from the dynamic relations and connections of a social group.

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The Power and Influence of Others on Individual Performance: The International Journal of the Humanities

This paper explores conditions in which individuals perform at an optimum level, and addresses a need for receiving validation and acceptance from others.

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Counter Narratives in Interdisciplinary Arts Programs: Addressing Social Needs for Acceptance, Recognition, and Identity in Creative Processes

This paper discusses a dichotomy of issues, such as counter narratives of empowerment and dependency; freedom and restrictions; and, faith and distrust in the field of interdisciplinary arts education.

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Personal Transformative Pedagogy and Recovery from Failure: The Reconditioning of a University Professor

This article addresses the dispositional transformation of a university professor to one who embraces concepts of authentic and unpretentious purposes of education.

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Published online: November 14, 2016

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