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Presenter: Joyce Juntune
T-TESS Domain:  Planning 1.1, Planning 1.4, Instruction 2.1, Instruction 2.2, Instruction 2.4
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 1

Do you know how creativity affects the brain? Creativity isn’t something that just involves being wild or chaotic. True creativity actually requires a lot of thought and preparation. In part three of this nine-part series, “Developing Creative Thinking in the Classroom – Creativity and the Brain,” Dr. Joyce Juntune shares how to teach students to break their mental patterns and reprogram their minds to think creatively. Dr. Juntune also shares why the Wallace Paradigm is important for teaching students how to think creatively.

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Do you feel like you’re too organized and calm to be creative? Creativity isn’t about being wacky or weird. Creativity actually takes a lot of thought and preparation. Educators can teach students how to think this way by breaking down their mental patterns. In part three of this nine-part series, “Developing Creative Thinking in the Classroom – Creativity and the Brain,” Dr. Joyce Juntune shares how creative thinking affects the brain. Discover practical exercises you can do to break down mental patterns and jumpstart creative thinking.

In this course you will learn:

  • Why the Wallace Paradigm is important for creativity
  • How creativity affects the brain
  • How to develop creative thinking for the future

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9 reviews for Developing Creative Thinking in the Classroom – Creativity and the Brain

  1. Crisela – UNITED ISD (verified owner)

    very infromative

  2. Becky – SOUTHWEST ISD (verified owner)

    I learned how to use strategies to empower students to become creative thinkers.

  3. Timothy – TIPP CITY EXEMPTED VILLAGE (verified owner)

    interesting

  4. Nancy – Pilot (verified owner)

    Her courses are full of more research than many. I find them interesting

  5. Sheri – KENT CITY (verified owner)

    Great information, just wish there would have been more. Really enjoy the speaker ~ engaging.

  6. Kyndle – MIDLOTHIAN ISD (verified owner)

    I have never thought about creative thinking in this way. This course gave me some strategies that I can use with my students to enhance my instruction so they can be independent creative thinkers.

  7. Brenda – RIO GRANDE CITY CISD (verified owner)

    It guides you into different ways to get students to think in creative ways.

  8. Manuel – LOS FRESNOS CISD (verified owner)

    very insightful

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