Creativity, community and ICT
Creativity, community and ICT

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Creativity, community and ICT


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‘The child is made of one hundred’ by Loris Malaguzzi. © Preschools and Infant-toddler Centers - Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggia Emilia, Italy, published by Reggio Children, 1996. Translation © Lella Gandini;

Craft, A. (2001) ‘Creativity in Education’, by kind permission of Continuum;

‘Search for my Tongue’ by Sujata Bhatt, from Bhatt, S (1997) Point No Point. By kind permission of Carcanet Press Ltd.;

‘Revolution’ by Matthew Gavin and Stephen Windsor.

Madagascan Giant Hissing Cockroaches Photo: © Emma Craib;

Image of hands Learning School Programme, © The Open University;

Einstein Photo © CORBIS;

Virginia Woolf Photo © Mary Evans Picture Library;

Alice Walker Publisher unknown;

William Blake Plate 100 from ‘Jerusalem’ (1820) Photo © Bridgeman Art Library.

The Learning Schools Programme, © The Open University.

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