Dr. Brandon McFarlane
Creative Writing Studies; Pedagogy; Creativity; Critical Thinking; Psychology of Creativity
This article builds on psychological research that claims critical thinking is a key component of the creative process to argue that critical-creative literacy is a cognitive goal of creative writing education. The article also explores the types of assignments and prompts that might contribute to this goal and simultaneously build bridges between creative writing education and other Humanities disciplines.
Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences (FHASS)
University of Toronto Quarterly
Special Issue on The Creative Humanities
Peer Reviewed/Refereed Publication
© Glenn Clifton
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Clifton, Glenn, "Critical-Creative Literacy and Creative Writing Pedagogy" (2020). Creative Humanities. 3.