Enhancing Creativity in Adult and Continuing Education: Innovative Approaches, Methods, and Ideas

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INDEX
Abeles, J., 68
Abstract expressionism, 38
Academic achievement, art education and, 43
Accidents, planning for, 11
Adult education: in arts, creativity centers for, 37–45; communitywide study circles for, 25–35; creativity in, 1–2, 3–12, 87–89; future vistas for, 87–89; goals and mission of, 88–89; goals for creativity in, 12; peer model of, 15–23; psychosocial integration with, 15–16; social good of, 8; support for creativity in, ways to, 9–11. See also Continuing education; Lifelong learning; Program development
Advisory committees, 54, 85
Aesthetic perception, art education and, 43
Agricultural cluster map, 78, 79
Aicher, P., 1, 25–35
Alcohol and drug abuse prevention program, 15–23. See also Community Parent Center
Allen, W., 32
Alliance for National Renewal, 30
Allies, 5
Alread, Arkansas, study circles, 34
Amateur art, 41–42
American College Testing Program, 71
Analytic frameworks, 4–7
Anderson, S., 1, 15, 23, 87–88
Art production skills, art education and, 43
Artist-teachers, 40, 42, 44
Artistic intelligence, 44
Arts education: amateur art and, 41–42; creativity centers for, 37–45, 88; effects of, empirical research of, 42–43; institutions of, 37; instrumental effects of, 43; instrumental versus art-intrinsic goals of, 37–45; intrinsic effects of, 43; in Netherlands, 37–45; professional arts and, 38–45; teachers in, 40, 42; transfer of, 44
Arvidson, L., 29, 35
Ashby, N. L., 30, 35
Asselbergs-Neessen, V., 37, 45
Assembly bonus effect, 7
ASSET (Assessment of Skills of Successful Entry and Transfer), 71
Association of Centers for Art Education (VKV), 40
Association of Creativity Centers, 37–38, 41
Atlantic Monthly, 79
Attitudes and values, art education and, 43
B&A Groep, 41, 45
Baby boomer culture, 77
Bach, J. S., 6, 7
Baden, C., 1, 47, 55, 88
Bainter, R., 34, 35
Bandura, A., 7, 8, 10, 12
Barrett, M. H., 1, 25, 36
Bass, B. M., 12
Beckers, T., 41–42, 45
Bell Atlantic Corporation (formerly NYNEX), 1; NEXT STEP benefits to, 75; NEXT STEP program of, 67–76; surveys of, 75; union partnership of, 69; worker training philosophy of, 69. See also NEXT STEP Bellmore (Long Island) School District, 2
Bennett College, 58
Berlin, 7
Bible study groups, 28
Biography, 5–6
Biotechnology Corporate Partnership Forum, 82
Blackwell, A., 30
Boden, M., 4–5, 6, 7, 12
[Bowling Alone] (Putnam), 31
Brademas, J., 58
Bradley, B., 30
Braque, G., 6
Briarcliff College, 58, 60
Brinkman, E., 38, 45
Burch, G., 28, 35
Business creativity, 7, 9
CAEL, 48
California Governor's Economic Strategies Panel, 78
Centers for education in the arts. See Dutch creativity centers

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