Advances in Creativity and Giftedness

Series Editor:
Bharath Sriraman
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Advances in Creativity and Gifted Education is the first internationally established book series that focuses exclusively on the constructs of creativity and giftedness as pertaining to the psychology, philosophy, pedagogy and ecology of talent development across the milieus of family, school, institutions and society. Advances in Creativity and Gifted Education strives to synthesize both domain specific and domain general efforts at developing creativity, giftedness and talent. The books in the series are international in scope and include the efforts of researchers, clinicians and practitioners across the globe.
Constraints in Creativity
Volume 13
Creative Intelligence in the 21st Century
Grappling with Enormous Problems and Huge Opportunities
Volume 11
Giftedness and Talent in the 21st Century
Adapting to the Turbulence of Globalization
Volume 10
Crafting Creativity & Creating Craft
Craftivism, Art Education, and Contemporary Craft Culture
Volume 8
A Critique of Creativity and Complexity
Deconstructing Clichés
Volume 7
The Creative Turn
Toward a New Aesthetic Imaginary
Volume 6
The Roeper School
A Model for Holistic Development of High Ability
Volume 5
Creatively Gifted Students are not like Other Gifted Students
Research, Theory, and Practice
Volume 4
Families, Education and Giftedness
Case Studies in the Construction of High Achievement
Volume 3
Being Creative Inside and Outside the Classroom
How to Boost Your Students' Creativity - and Your Own
Volume 2
Series Editor:
Bharath Sriraman, The University of Montana

International Advisory Panel:
Don Ambrose, Rider University, USA
David Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Anna Craft†, University of Exeter, UK
Per Øystein Haavold, UiT Arctic University of Norway
James C. Kaufman, University of Connecticut, USA
Roza Leikin, University of Haifa, Israel
Paula Olszewski-Kubilius, Northwestern University, USA
Larisa Shavinina, University of Quebec, Canada
Mirela Vinerean-Bernhoff, Karlstad University, Sweden
Educational researchers and their students
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