Interdisciplinarity: an Impulse to Creativity and Innovation

Ivani Catarina Arantes Fazenda, Christine Syrgiannis, Telma Teixeira de Oliveira Almeida, Ana Lúcia Gomes da Silva


The scope of this Paper is to share some Studies and Research work carried out on Interdisciplinarity that bring an Impulse to Creativity and Innovation. The first contribution comes from the field of spoken and written expression conducted under the Interdisciplinar vision / approach, revealing the expanded potential of the Being, unfolding in an open – ended creative and innovative way. The second contribution comes from the field of Teacher Development using the “Know Thyself” approach, in which teachers are prepared for their mission to help students get to know themselves better and access their potential, too. The third contribution comes from a research on Education in connection to the Indian communities in Pantanal through the Anthropological Interdisciplinarity. In all of them, the characteristic of involving the Being consciously towards the doing, together with unattachment of the results, has been invaluable to promote rewarding outcomes, that would not have emerged without the Interdisciplinary attitude.


Interdisciplinarity; Creativity; Innovation.

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