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Creativity and Innovation: Theory, Research, and Practice


reviewed by Katherine Ziff March 06, 2017

coverTitle: Creativity and Innovation: Theory, Research, and Practice
Author(s): Jonathan A. Plucker
Publisher: Prufrock Press, Austin
ISBN: 1618215957, Pages: 317, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 06, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21857, Date Accessed: 6/28/2017 11:37:10 PM

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  • Katherine Ziff
    Wake Forest University
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    KATHERINE ZIFF is Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling, Wake Forest University. Her most recently published (2016) book by Ohio University Press is titled ArtBreak: A Creativity Guide to Joyful and Productive Classrooms. She is also a co-author along with Nathaniel Ivers and Kathleen Hutton of a forthcoming manuscript in the Journal of Creativity in Mental Health titled There's Beauty in Brokenness: Teaching Empathy through Dialogue with Art
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