Creativity

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By: Megan Prats

11/3/2015

The Dictionary defines creative as, “resulting from originality of thought,” and “having the quality or power of creating.” The 2learn® Method agrees.

Probably the easiest way to implement critical thinking in your lessons is allow the student to create because creating beckons creativity.

To develop creativity in the student, you need to focus on Brainstorming  and Thinking “Outside of the Box”.  

With creativity there are no rules. Thus, it is a beautifully liberal place where students become artists in their disciplines!

© Megan Prats 2015

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By: Megan Prats

11/3/2015

The Dictionary defines creative as, “resulting from originality of thought,” and “having the quality or power of creating.” The 2learn® Method agrees.

Probably the easiest way to implement critical thinking in your lessons is allow the student to create because creating beckons creativity.

To develop creativity in the student, you need to teach the student the creative process – Brainstorming, Idea Selection, and End Product. However, because the creative process can go anywhere, it is important that you also teach the student to be fluid.

With creativity there are no rules. Thus, it is a beautifully liberal place that students enjoy exploring so make your students artists in their disciplines!

© Megan Prats 2015

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