Anna Craft Creativities in Education Prize - Special Commendation

  • Fairchild, Nikki (Recipient), Taylor, Carol A. (Recipient), Benozzo, Angelo (Recipient), Carey, Neil (Recipient), Koro-Ljungberg, Mirka (Recipient) & Elmenhorst, Constanse (Recipient)

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)


    The Anna Craft Creativities in Education Prize is named for Anna Craft (1961-2014) who championed the role of creativity in education. She coined the term “possibility thinking” to describe the move from what is to what might be in a problem-solving, route-finding approach to creativity – an inescapable requirement in today’s fast-changing world. The SIG Convenors award the prize annually and is presented at the BERA Annual Conference. Awarded for abstract 'Against Methodolatry: A Materialist, Post-Qualitative Invocation of Speaking in Tongues'
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Granting OrganisationsBritish Educational Research Association

    Awarded at event

    Event titleBritish Education Research Association Conference 2020
    Period10 Sept 2020 → 14 Sept 2020