Developing Creativity In The Primary School by Jill Jesson Jesson

By Jill Jesson Jesson

This ebook will introduce the talents required to paintings with the demanding situations of neighborhood nurse actions, from operating in people's houses, organizing your self, operating with carers, overview talents and dealing with different professions.

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Before you read the rest of this section, try this creative challenge. indb 33 26/07/2012 11:35 34 DEVELOPING CREATIVITY IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL Creative Challenge! • Identify and list ways you feel you are currently creative. • List areas in which you would like to be creative, even if you have never tried them before. • Choose three areas in which to develop your creative potential. • Once you have read this chapter, review and update your lists. What sort of creativity is needed by teachers? Prospective teachers who are trained in thinking and teaching creatively and in creative problem-solving will be better prepared to value and nurture the same creative characteristics in their classrooms.

Artistic creative endeavour involves the many ways we try to represent or interpret what we see and think both visually and aurally. It could be argued that dance would fit in here as it is usually dependent on music, and often categorized as one of the arts, but in this context I feel it fits better with the bodily response of Physical endeavour, since at the stage of creation or interpretation it is more of an ethereal experience than a tangible outcome. If someone is just perfecting a technique such as a wet into wet wash for a painting, or practising musical scale or playing a piece of music composed by someone else, this would not be identified as a creative response to a stimulus.

This could also be described as mulling it over time and rarely is much time devoted to this in schools. ’ moment when a solution is found. verification: where the idea is consciously verified, elaborated, and then applied. In schools, we rarely have enough time for stage 2. Even stages 1 and 4 tend to be rushed as we urge pupils on to produce a solution or end product of some sort. 2): 1 2 3 4 Collect: learn from previous works stored in libraries and the Web because new knowledge is built on previous knowledge.

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