When Curie Meets Cassatt Using EDP to Infuse Artistic Creativity into Schools, Classrooms, & Conversations

Paper Abstract: Listen in to a virtual discussion spanning time and space between Marie Curie, Mary Cassatt, Rene Descartes, Hedy Lamarr, and John Urschel.

What connects these people from different vocations and historical eras?

How can you leverage their ideas in your school?

Join Marie, Mary, Rene, Hedy, and John virtually and collaborate in real time as we discuss the creativity and socio-cultural learning theory involved in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Learn research-based practices based on the latest research on interdisciplinary creativity.

Session Hashtag: #CurieMeetsCassatt - Please tweet your ideas!

Who's Who?

Who's Who? Can you match the name with the face of Marie Curie, Mary Cassatt, Rene Descartes, Hedy Lamarr, & John Urschel ?
Match each with their accomplishment

What Skills /Aptitudes / Attributes Do They Have In Common? Join the Conversation! PollEv.com/hteague500 or activiate the QR code

What Skills /Aptitudes / Attributes Do They Have In Common?
Teams with higher level of interactions with less signs of conflict showed better performance during the creative process and produced more creative product (Kim & McNair, 2009).
Schnugg, C. (2019). Creating ArtScience Collaboration: Bringing Value to Organizations. Springer and Google Books.
What Should Our Creativity Baskets Hold?
Moker, G. G. (2019). Exploring the Experience of Instructor and First-Year Student Creative Self-Efficacy in a Higher Education Institution's Multi-Disciplinary Creativity Curriculum: A Phenomenological Study (Doctoral dissertation, Drexel University).
How Should We Craft Our Creativity Baskets?

Let's Look at How-focused options for your integration!

Created By
Helen Teague


Photos by Richard Nesbit, Helen Teague