There’s two kinds of creatives in this world: habit keepers and flow chasers.
Habit keepers develop habits that let them get their work done methodically, like writing 1,000 words every day. 279 more words
In their book Child Development and Education, educational psychologists Teresa M. Mcdevitt and Jeanne Ellis Ormrod (2010) argue that an infant’s brain ensures its “survival” and learns about its surroundings at birth (p.152). 526 more words
How art classes are delivered may determine whether students learn to be more creative or not. Marvin Bartel, who has taught art in several colleges since 1960s, argues that teaching through imitation will hinder students’ development in critical thinking and creativity. 454 more words
Let’s talk about the current misconception of creativity.
Ignorantly, some assume that creativity, or ideas, are stumbled upon by the professedly artistic. That a creative idea is a mystical event that happens only to people who foster an inherent artistic genius, and that the doors of creation are shut to all those who do not belong to that sacred genetic priesthood. 268 more words