The impact of Covid-19 on the English education teaching and learning environment and how this relates to sustaining and developing creativity, creative thinking and teaching for creativity. A literature review


Author(s):*Listed Alphabetically
Cramman H, Menzies V, Moger P

Year of Publication:
2020

Publisher(s):
Arts Council England, Durham University

Publication Type:
Report

Abstract:

This literature review has been produced to inform and contribute to Arts Council England’s (ACE) interim report on the progress of the implementation of the recommendations made in the Durham Commission on Creativity and Education report.
The review seeks to answer three research questions:
Research Question 1: In what ways has Covid-19 impacted on the education environment and schooling context for children and young people between the age of 4 and 18 in England?
Research Question 2: What does current research tell us about the educational priorities of education leaders (including policy makers and school leaders) since March 2020?
Research Question 3: How have these changes impacted on factors which are important for fostering creativity and creative thinking, and on schools’ and other organisations’ ability to “teach for creativity”?



Evidence Type: Literature Review

Main Focus: Wellbeing / Quality of life

Research Purpose: Discussion / Debate

Context: Education

Art Forms: Multi-Arts

Access Type: Free Download

APA Citation:

Cramman, H., Moger, P., Menzies, V. (2020). The impact of Covid-19 on the English education teaching and learning environment and how this relates to sustaining and developing creativity, creative thinking and teaching for creativity. A literature review. .Durham: Durham University, School of Education.