You can download the CREATIONS literature review here:
And a report from CREAT-IT here:
The CREATIONS project also generated a number of academic articles and chapters. These two are quite complex philosophical reads but worth a look:
Hetherington, L. et al (2020). Creative Pedagogy and Environmental Responsibility: A Diffractive Analysis of an Intra-Active Science|Arts Practice. In Why Science and Art Creativities Matter: Re-configuring Steam for Future-making Education, (Eds) Burnard
More recently there has been a systematic literature review of creative pedagogy carried out which has also informed how this research has been shaped. Available here:
This blog describes the systematic literature review in an accessible way:
You may also find the following articles from the CREATIONS project of interest:
Conradty, C. & Bogner, F.X. (2019) From STEM to STEAM: Cracking the code? How Creativity and Motivation Interact with Inquiry Learning. Creativity Research Journal 31(3) 284-295
Mierdel, J. & Bogner, F.X (2019) Is Creativity, Hands-on Modelling and Cognitive Learning Gender-dependent? Thinking Skills and Creativity 31, 91-102
Hetherington et al (2019) International Educators’ Perspectives on the Purposes of Science Education and the Relationship between School Science and Creativity. Research in Science and Technological Education, 1-23.
Conradty, C. & Bogner, F.X. (2018). From STEM to STEAM: How to Monitor Creativity. Creativity Research Journal 30(3) 233-240.