7 TENETS OF CREATIVE THINKING


Dear Teacher,
I do not normally reblog other people’s work here, but I really like this article and had to share it! We need to view our students as creative and teach them how to use that creativity. They will learn content while being creative…we just have to trust the process. Please give this a read if you have the time!
You are awesome! Keep on teaching, Teacher!
Love, Teacher

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SEVEN TENETS.2

In school, we learn about geniuses and their ideas, but how did they get those ideas? What are the mental processes, attitudes, work habits, behaviors, and beliefs that enable creative geniuses to view the same things as the rest of us, yet see something different?

The following are seven principles that I’ve learned during my lifetime of work in the field of creative thinking — things that I wish I’d been taught as a student.

  1. You Are Creative

Artists are not special, but each of us is a special kind of artist who enters the world as a creative and spontaneous thinker. While creative people believe they are creative, those who don’t hold that belief are not. After acquiring beliefs about their identity, creative people become interested in expressing themselves, so they learn thinking habits and techniques that creative geniuses have used throughout history.

  1. Creative Thinking Is Work

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2 comments on “7 TENETS OF CREATIVE THINKING

  1. Parekh, Bhavna M. says:

    First of all, let me THANK YOU FOR “reblogging” this gem!
    Second, thank you for your upbeat messages.
    Finally have I thanked you? Well thanks😊
    Sincerely,
    Ms. Parekh
    ________________________________________

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