Realizing more promising futures starts in the here and now. This book seeks to help young people learn how to become the creative authors of their own lives by approaching current and future uncertainties with an unshakeable sense of possibility. It describes how students can benefit from opportunities to develop their confidence and competence in taking creative action in the face of uncertainty by design. It introduces a framework for educators, researchers, and parents to understand, design, and examine efforts aimed at helping young people learn how and when to unleash their creative potential, now and into the future.
Vlad Glaveanu - Dublin City University, Ireland
Wendy Ross - London Metropolitan University, UK
Yong Zhao - co-author of Learning for Uncertainty: Teaching Students How to Thrive in a Rapidly Evolving World
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