Infusing Creativity and Creative Thinking Skills in the Classroom – Nurturing the Creative Process


Presenter: Bob Iseminger, Pieces of Learning
T-TESS Domain: Planning 1.1, Planning 1.4, Instruction 2.1, Instruction 2.2, Instruction 2.4
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 1

In today’s world, creativity is on the decline. Our children do not engage in as much creative play as they did in past generations. But is creativity gone for good? No way! In “Infusing Creativity and Creative Thinking Skills in the Classroom – Nurturing the Creative Process,” Bob Iseminger brings creativity back to the classroom, helping teachers understand the nature of creativity and how to encourage creative thinking while still achieving standards. With practical ideas and engaging discussions, this course will help all teachers engage students with creativity.

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Creativity is an important skill for students as they prepare for jobs in the 21st century. Solving the technological, environmental, and social challenges of our day requires a great amount of creative thinking. Yet creativity is difficult to assess in a school setting and takes longer to develop, so school standards are generally not built around creative skill sets.

In “Creative Thinking Skills-Nurturing the Process,” Bob Iseminger engages teachers with the philosophy and application of creative skill sets for modern students. With practical ideas such as classroom choices and asking questions, this course will help teachers apply creative concepts to any lesson plan.

In this 1-hour course, teacher will learn:

  • The definition and characteristics of creative thinking
  • How to help students understand their own creativity
  • How to take a creative inventory

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