Three years ago the authors worked collaboratively on a paper that integrated theoretical perspectives and practical insights in a conceptualisation of adaptive educational environments as creative spaces for fostering intellectual abilities associated with transference and synthesis in cross-disciplinary situations. Since 2006, they have worked independently, developing and refining the notion of adaptive educational environments as creative spaces in different educational and industrial settings. The present paper offers a new synthesis and reflects on how their thinking has changed in the light of continuing work at both theoretical and practical levels.
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