Information and communication technology and creativity are important aspects of learning, yet they are not used to their fullest potential in educational practices. This study aims to describe possible guidelines targeting the design of creative learning environments that influence well-considered use of technology. Results from focus group interviews and future workshop inspired activities with more than 100 students from a secondary school were analysed and developed into concept sketches. The outcomes of the focus group interviews and future workshop activities have been synthesised into seven design guidelines providing orientation for the design of an ICT-based creative learning environment.
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2014, Vol 112, p. 35-46
Information and Communication Technologies; Secondary school; Creative pedagogies; Learning
International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology, 2014