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Creativity & Religion: A Self-Study of Mormon Mindset in the Art Classroom Creativity & Religion: A Self-Study of Mormon Mindset in the Art Classroom
A high school art teacher investigates the relationship of his religious beliefs with his notions of what it means to be creative. This Mormon teacher examines his religious and experiential life through self-study, by drawing from autoethnographic and hermeneutic phenomenological strategies. He believes that everyone, including himself and his students, has a creative potential. He also analyzes how his Mormon religion affects his view of creativity and how creativity has affected his behaviorfatcat:ok66ox4a2falflhem3al4veitu