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Creative Teaching

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Creative Teaching

  1. 1. Creative TeachingBy Svetlana Belic Malinic
  2. 2. Workshop objectives:•to get familiar with the concept of creative thinking•to transpose creative thinking into creative teaching and learning
  3. 3. What is creativity?Talent?
  4. 4. What is creativity?Talent?
  5. 5. What is creativity?Talent? Skill?
  6. 6. What is creativity?Talent? Skill?
  7. 7. What is creativity?Talent? Skill? Originality?
  8. 8. What is creativity?Talent? Skill? Originality?
  9. 9. ATTITUDE
  10. 10. How does it work?
  11. 11. inspiration 1Wallas’ model
  12. 12. inspiration 1 2 incubationWallas’ model
  13. 13. inspiration illumination 1 3 2 incubationWallas’ model
  14. 14. inspiration illumination 1 3 2 incubation 4Wallas’ model activation
  15. 15. inspiration illumination 1 3 verification 2 5 incubation 4Wallas’ model activation
  16. 16. Tools for creativity
  17. 17. Tools for creativity FLUENCYthink of many ideas
  18. 18. Tools for creativity
  19. 19. Tools for creativity FLEXIBILITYthink of varied ideas
  20. 20. http://milasdaydreams.blogspot.com/
  21. 21. http://milasdaydreams.blogspot.com/
  22. 22. http://milasdaydreams.blogspot.com/
  23. 23. http://milasdaydreams.blogspot.com/
  24. 24. Tools for creativity
  25. 25. Tools for creativity ORIGINALITYthink of unusual ideas
  26. 26. Tools for creativity
  27. 27. Tools for creativityELABORATIONmake ideas better
  28. 28. Tools for creativity
  29. 29. Tools for creativity THINKOUTSIDE THE BOX
  30. 30. KIRBY FERGUSON
  31. 31. COPY
  32. 32. TRANSFORM
  33. 33. COMBINE
  34. 34. How can you creatively use a…A B
  35. 35. How can you creatively use a… A
  36. 36. How can you creatively use a… B
  37. 37. mnemonic CREATEC ombineR earrangeE liminateA daptT ry another useE xtend
  38. 38. Children haveimmense naturalcapacities ofinnovation, ofcreative thinking,of alternative waysof seeing. They aredeeply personalcapacities, andgreat teaching hasalways been thereto model and tobring them out. SIR KEN ROBINSON
  39. 39. So…what is creative teaching?
  40. 40. What is the biggest roadblockto creative teaching in schools?•teacher’s talents•preparation and teaching time•school management•other (what?)
  41. 41. other talent 8% 9% time 25% 58%management
  42. 42. Soft skills required for teaching career Perceived by students Stated by teachers 95 Communication 93 93 Team work 92 94 Problem solving 90 86 Creative thinking 89 86 Learning 86 93 Time management 85 93 Organisation 82 89Workload management 73 78 Decision making 62
  43. 43. Soft skills required for teaching career Perceived by students Stated by teachers 95 Communication 93 93 Team work 92 94 Problem solving 90 86 Creative thinking 89 86 Learning 86 93 Time management 85 93 Organisation 82 89Workload management 73 78 Decision making 62
  44. 44. TEACHING CREATIVELY vs.TEACHING FOR CREATIVITY
  45. 45. MotivationExtrinsic motivation Intrinsic motivation
  46. 46. Teaching creatively•Creative teacher who demonstrates how to think creatively•Diverse methodological approaches and resources
  47. 47. Teaching for creativity•Creative teacher who inspires students to think creatively•Critical instances generate ideas•Creative learning encouraged
  48. 48. Chinese proverbA mediocre teacher tells,A good teacher explains,A superior teacher demonstrates,A great teacher inspires.
  49. 49. mnemonic CREATEC ombineR earrangeE liminateA daptT ry another useE xtend
  50. 50. Are youcreative?
  51. 51. Thank youfor being creative
  52. 52. Referenceshttp://www.creativeteachingsite.com/http://creativethinking.nethttp://www.brainstorming.co.ukhttp://blog.creativethink.com/http://www.creativitytraining.org

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