There is a train of thought that we should start standardise testing for creativity to ensure our children are creative. There is another way that not only makes them competent at creativity but also makes them feel good about it.
When we get good at the process of creativity we can solve problems with calm and originality. At the moment we have a pretty serious and deep seeded problem that has been triggered again by the death of George Floyd that are in need of
Have you ever walked into an exam, read the questions and suddenly realised that you don't know the answers. You start to panic and anxiety sets in. There could be a valuable skill learned from doing exams that good leaders draw upon in time of
Are our children in search of instant gratification and is this a bad thing? Could we use their sources of instant gratification to trigger the habit of creative and critical thinking?