One of the key benefits of creativity is the ability to look at the ordinary and see the unusual. Some people are naturally gifted with this. Thankfully for the rest of us, this skill can be taught. Dr. Joyce Juntune says that you can help students develop these skills through everyday interactions. In part nine of this nine-part series, “Developing Creative Thinking in the Classroom – Originality and Flexibility,” Dr. Juntune shares practical exercises that help teach originality and flexibility. Discover helpful creativity-boosting activities that you can use today.
In this course you will learn:
- How to use common and unusual ideas
- The SCAMPER technique
- The Bucket of Vowels
- Elaboration techniques
Dr. Joyce Juntune is a renowned consultant, trainer, professor, and lecturer with more than 45 years of experience in the field of education. She is an instructional associate professor at Texas A&M University, and she teaches graduate-level courses in her expert areas of intelligence, child and adolescent development, educational psychology, giftedness, and creativity. She has focused the majority of her career on the areas of intelligence and gifted and talented education. Dr. Juntune has served as the executive director for the National Association for Gifted Children and the Institute for Applied Creativity at Texas A&M University.
Gabriela – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
CHERYL – SAN FELIPE-DEL RIO CISD (verified owner) –
Geared towards elementary school
Laura – SOUTHWEST ISD (verified owner) –
Timothy – TIPP CITY EXEMPTED VILLAGE (verified owner) –