Developing Creativity in Students

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Centre for Strategic Education, 2012 - Creative ability - 18 pages
Tim Hawkes, Headmaster, The King’s School, Parramatta, argues that significant changes are needed in educational practice if student creativity is to be improved – something that is increasingly necessary to meet society’s needs in a time of rapidly changing demands. He discusses international comparisons, what creativity means from different perspectives, the need to focus on creativity that enriches and causes betterment – for schools, students and staff as well as more broadly for society – the benefits and some examples of a futures approach, and a range of strategies that have proved successful in boosting creativity and in overcoming obstacles to change.

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