Using Creative Means to Teach Basic Dynamic Concepts

By:
Dr. Tova Yedidia,
Dr Noga Levine Keini
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The teaching of dynamic thinking involves introspection in addition to the theoretical clarification of concepts. There is therefore a need to employ emotional hands-on experience alongside cognitive understanding of the concepts being learned. For this purpose creative tools were chosen that make such a correspondence possible. The paper presents a tripartite model:
A. Exposing learners to creative activity.
B. Introspection by means of a structured creative tool.
C. Conceptualization of the emotional/cognitive insights achieved during the experiential process.
The paper's innovation lies in the presentation of an operative teaching model based on the use of creative means.


Keywords: Psychodynamic teaching, creative activity\tools, plastic arts
Stream: Arts Education
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
Paper: Using Creative Means to Teach Basic Dynamic Concepts


Dr. Tova Yedidia

Senior lecturer in social work, Bar- Ilan University
Israel

Higher Education:

B.A Social Work Bar-Ilan University

M.A Social Work Bar-Ilan University

Ph.D Social Work +Art Therapy The Union Institute Cincinnati Ohio

Ph.D Social Work Bar-Ilan University

Professionals degrees:
Qualified family therapist - the Israeli association for marital and family therapy.
Qualified divorce mediator and supervisor in divorce mediation - the Israeli association for marital and family therapy.
Membership in professional societies:
The Israeli association for marital and family therapy.
The union of Social Workers

Born in Israel 1951
Marital status: Married + 3 children

Dr Noga Levine Keini

Senior lecturer in social work, Ashkelon college
Israel

Higher Education:

B.A Social Work Bar-Ilan University

M.A Clinical Social Work Bar-Ilan University

Ph.D Clinical Psychology Bar-Ilan University

Born in kibbutz Hazor, Israel 1948
Marital status: Married + 1

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