CREATIVE RESPONSE: A CONVERSATION WITH GINO LORCINI
AbstractThe following transcript is from a tape recording made at a colloquium held at Glenaladale, Macdonald College, in December 1966. The object of the discussion was first to establish a model of successful teaching for creative response (the model being the practices of Gino Lorcini in Fine Arts classes in the Faculty of Education) and second, to suggest by analogy principles that could be adopted in other fields of teaching where a creative response is expected.
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