This book focuses on the relations and connections between creativity and learning in different contexts. By shifting the focus from individual psychology to a sociocultural framework, it explores the multidimensional nature of the processes under study, resulting in a bigger picture of creativity and learning and their interdependence. The book examines the sociocultural definitions of creativity and learning in the contexts of childrens education and adult education, as well as workplaces and organisations. It offers insights concerning the frameworks and practices developed to enhance creativity and learning in different applied contexts. This collection brings together experts from across the globe and combines theoretical understandings, recent empirical findings and practical tools to be used by researchers, students and teaching staff, as well as practitioners, educators and managers. The book is a comprehensive, research-based volume on creativity and learning and their dynamic interconnection in various spheres of our life.