Creative Pedagogy: 30 Years and Counting (In Foreign Language Education and Beyond)

Andrei G. Aleinikov


This paper provides a brief overview of Creative Pedagogy as an educational trend, which was introduced over 30 years ago, in 1989, and has spread extensively around the world since that time. It also demonstrates Creative Pedagogy’s application to Foreign Language Education (FLED) and other subjects. Originally, just as creative thinking is opposed to critical thinking, Creative Pedagogy was opposed to Critical Pedagogy, but it was defined as a formula of invention—absolutely obligatory in patent description in technology and the first time in the history of education—and this made it opposed to all other types of pedagogies.. With the advent of Sozidonics, the science of creativity, where creativity was given a scientific definition, Creative Pedagogy became the only trend in education that is technologically-defined and scientifically-based. When united with Creative Andragogy, it became Creagogy—a generic science of creative education.

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