29 September | 10:15 – 11:00 | ZOOM
Encouraging Thinking Outside the Box: Developing Creativity in Teenagers
Creativity is considered one of the most important human qualities, well worth developing in teens. However, if you’re expecting teens to immediately embrace your enthusiasm for creativity, be prepared to meet with considerable reluctance. How can you overcome this? Micro-creativity and ‘small steps – fast pace’ activities can unlock teens’ creative potential and steer them towards risk-taking with confidence. Explore creative problem solving, in line with Einstein’s famous dictum that ‘creativity is intelligence having fun’. Discover practical ways of developing your students’ sense of ownership of their creative production, thus fostering their self-esteem.