The power of play in higher education : creativity in tertiary learning

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505 0 |a Chapter 1. Making a case for the playful university; Alison James -- PART I. Trainers and Developers -- Chapter 2. Exploration: Becoming playful: the power of a ludic module; Sandra Sinfield, Tom Burns, Sandra Abegglen -- Chapter 3. Exploration: ESCAPE! Puzzling out learning theories through play; Jennie Mills and Emma King -- Chapter 4. Exploration: "I learned to play again" The integration of active play as a learning experience for Sports Coaching Undergraduates; Richard Cheetham -- Chapter 5. Sketch: The Training Game; Scott Roberts -- Chapter 6. Exploration: Play in Practice - innovation through play in the postgraduate curriculum; Sophy Smith -- Chapter 7. Exploration: Experiences of running a 'Play and Creativity' module in a School of Art and Design; Gareth Loudon -- PART II. Wanderers and Wonderers -- Chapter 8. The Dark Would, higher education, play, and playfulness -- Chapter 9. Exploration: Playing with Place: responding to invitations; Helen Clarke and Sharon Witt -- Chapter 10. Exploration: Cabinets of Curiosities: Playing with artefacts in professional teacher education; Sarah Williamson -- Chapter 11. Sketch: playful pedagogies: collaborations between undergraduates and school pupils in the outdoor learning centre and the pop up 'playscape'; Chantelle Haughton and Sian Sarwar -- Chapter 12. Sketch: Teaching and Learning inside the Culture Shoe Box; Hoda Wassif and Maged Zakher -- PART III. Experimenters and Engagers -- Chapter 13. Exploration: Dopamine and the Hard Work of Learning Science; Lindsay Wheeler and Michael Palmer -- Chapter 14. Exploration: Play in Engineering Education; Bruce D. Kothmann -- Chapter 15. Sketch: Experiencing the necessity of Project Management through the egg-dropping challenge; Tobias Seidl -- Chapter 16. Exploration: Public engagement activities for chemistry students; Dudley Shallcross and Tim Harrison -- Chapter 17. Sketch: Playful Maths; Chris Budd -- 
505 0 |a Chapter 18. Sketch: Connecting People and Places Using Worms and Waste; Sharon Boyd, Andrea Roe -- Chapter 19. Sketch: Maths, Meccano® and Motivation; Judith McCullouch -- Chapter 20. Exploration: Playful Urban Learning Space—An Indisciplinary Collaboration; Clive Holtham, Tine Bech -- Chapter 21. Sketch: Novelty Shakes Things Up in the History Classroom; Carey Fleiner -- PART IV. Wordsmiths and Communicators -- Chapter 22. Exploration: Don’t Write on Walls! Playing with Cityscapes in a Foreign Language Course; Mélanie Péron -- Chapter 23. Sketch: Poetry as Play—Using Riskless Poetry Writing to Support Instruction; Ann Marie Klein -- Chapter 24. Sketch: On Word Play in Support of Academic Development; Daphne Loads -- Chapter 25. Sketch: The Communications Factory; Suzanne Rankin-Dia, Rob Lakin --Chapter 26. Sketch: Playful Writing with Writing PAD; Julia Reeve, Kaye Towlson -- PART V. Builders and Simulators -- Chapter 27. Exploration: Wigs, Brown Sauce and Theatrical Dames—Clinical Simulation as Play; Caroline Pelletier, Roger Kneebone -- Chapter 28. Sketch: Using Play to Bridge the Communication Divide; Jools Symons, Nancy Davies, Marc Walton, John Hudson -- Chapter 29. Exploration: Building the Abstract—Metaphorical Play-Doh® Modelling in Health Sciences; Rachel Stead -- Chapter 30. Sketch: Our Learning Journey with LEGO®; Alison James, Chrissi Nerantzi -- Chapter 31. Sketch: Using LEGO® to Explore ‘Professional Love’ as an Element of Youth Work Practice—Opportunities and Obstacles; Martin E. Purcell -- Chapter 32. Sketch: Creating LEGO® Representations of Theory; Nicola Simmons -- PART VI. Gamers and Puzzlers -- Chapter 33. Exploration: A Dancer and a Writer Walk into a Classroom; Seth Hudson, Boris Willis -- Chapter 34. Exploration: From the Players Point of View; Maxwell Hartt, Hadi Hosseini -- 
505 0 |a Chapter 35. Exploration: Wardopoly—Game-Based Experiential Learning in Nurse Leadership; Education Bernadette Henderson, Andrew Clements, Melanie Webb, Alexander Kofinas -- Chapter 36. Exploration: Using Play to Design Play—Gamification and Student Involvement in the Production of Games-Based Learning Resources for Research Methods Teaching; Natalia Gerodetti, Darren Nixon -- Chapter 37. Tabletop Gaming in Wildlife Conservation—‘Park Life’; Louise Robinson, Ian Turner -- Chapter 38. Sketch: ‘Frogger It, I’d Rather Be Playing Computer Games Than Referencing My Assignment’—A Harvard Referencing Game; Tracy Dix -- Chapter 39. Sketch: Using Play to Facilitate Faculty–Student Partnership—How Can You Co-design a Module? ; Sarah Dyer, Tanya Lubicz-Nawrocka -- Chapter 40. Sketch: Imagination Needs Moodling; Debra Josephson Abrams -- Chapter 41. Exploration: It’s a Serious Business Learning How to Reference—Playfully; Juliette Smeed. 
520 |a This book examines the increasing popularity of creativity and play in tertiary learning, and how it can be harnessed to enhance the student experience at university. While play is often misunderstood as something ‘trivial’ and associated with early years education, the editors and contributors argue that play contributes to social and human development and relations at a fundamental level. This volume invalidates the commonly held assumption that play is only for children, drawing together numerous case studies from higher education that demonstrate how researchers, students and managers can benefit from play as a means of liberating thought, overturning obstacles and discovering fresh approaches to persistent challenges. This diverse and wide-ranging edited collection unites play theory and practice to address the gulf in research on this fascinating topic. It will be of interest and value to educators, students and scholars of play and creativity, as well as practitioners and academic leaders looking to incorporate play into the curriculum. 
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