Your paper should be about 18 pages in length, double-spaced, and follow APA guidelines. You should have a cover sheet, a 100-word abstract, and a list of sources.
Structure of the paper:
- Title page
- Introduction that includes the research question you used to guide your selection of articles. This is not a research questions about a research topic that interests you.
- A description of your search that includes what key words you used, what journals you searched, and what criteria you used to select the articles for you review.
- Begin analysis of each paper with a full citation.
- Follow citation with a shout summary of the paper no more than a couple of paragraphs.
- Follow summary with an analysis of the article. You should establish a set of criteria that you are using for your analysis.
- Conclude with a summary of your analysis of all articles and how you were able to answer you research question.
- Kevin Dunbar: How scientists think
- Kylie A. Peppler: Building creativity: Collaborative learning and creativity in social media environments
- Vass, Eva: Exploring processes of collaborative creativity-The role of emotions in children's joint creative writing.
- Etalapelto, A, & Lahti, J. : The resources and obstacles of creative collaboration in a long-term learning community
- West, R. E., & Hannafin, M. J. (2011). Learning to design collaboratively: Participation of student designers in a community of innovation
- Sawyer, R. K., & DeZutter, S. (2009). Distributed creativity: How collective creations emerge from collaboration
- Turver, K. (2006). Towards deeper learning through creativity within online communities in primary education
- Vass, E., Littleton, K., Miell, D., & Jones, A. (2008). The discourse of collaborative creative writing: Peer collaboration as a context for mutual inspiration.
- Rojas-Drummond, S. M., Albarran, C. D., & Littleton, K. S. (2008). Collaboration, creativity and the co-construction of oral and written texts.
- Damsa, C, I., Kirschner, P. A., Andriessen, J. E. B., Erkens, G., & Sins, P. H. M. (2010). Shared epistemic agency-An empirical study of an emergent concept.
Zhou, C., & Luo, L. (2012). Group creativity in learning context: Understanding in a social-cultural framework and methodology.