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Can creativity and innovation be part of significant student learning experiences? Effectiveness in the classroom depends on thinking/reflecting about learning objectives, designing or tweaking a course, and developing learning strategies. If you want to renew/reflect/create and search for new ideas this interdisciplinary workshop will explore creativity from different perspectives like: cognitive neuroscientists' studies of the brain, creativity in non-Western cultures, and the role of collaboration in the creative process. Participants will be able to: 1) develop pedagogies for teaching and assessing creativity in specific disciplines; and 2) develop rubrics or models for creative student learning outcomes.