Can Creativity Be Taught?

By virtue of our humanity, we are all creative beings.  Creativity is as much a part of us as is our very heart, soul, and mind.  So, creativity itself need not be taught.  What CAN be taught are ways to recognize, develop, and nurture that creativity within us.  Students can learn (or re-learn in many cases) that they are indeed creative.  Students can learn to rediscover the inner child.  Students can learn to think creatively and critically.  So, as teachers we certainly can teach how to explore our innate creativity, how to think creatively, and how to use our imagination to foster an open mind, heart, and spirit.


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Meghann Peterson said…
This TED Talk by designed David Kelly speaks to this idea.
Ted Talk David Kelly - “How to Build Your Creative Confidence”
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Rekha Zahan said…
Our brain is designed by the creator for imagining creative and innovative things.And we have to make our students think about creative arts as much as possible to develop their brain more and more ARISTIC PROBLEMS
Mrs. H said…
Meghann Peterson, I have also watched David Kelley's creative confidence TED talk. I found myself nodding my head in agreement quite frequently. As a teacher I'm glad we are finally having conversations about the importance of creativity in the classroom.
Mark said…
Can Creativity Be Taught? The simple answer is no.
Justlearn said…
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mark small said…
The English language consists of close to a million words. Still, there remain many words from different languages that have no English counterpart to them. These words are most often than not closely entangled with the culture that it originates from. Let’s look at 10 such words that evade the English vocabulary –

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