Teaching Creativity in the Classroom


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Which of the following is not true about creativity?

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1. What is one of the best ways to encourage creativity among young children?

2. A history teacher might do the following to encourage creativity:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Teaching creativity might seem like a difficult task, but with the tools provided in this lesson, any teacher can encourage creativity in a student. The quiz will test your understanding of teaching creativity in any subject, even math or history, with multiple-choice questions about various scenarios of teachable moments.

Quiz Worksheet & Goals

In this assessment, you will be tested on:

  • Misconceptions about creativity
  • Techniques to encourage creativity in young children
  • Creative concepts for teaching various subjects

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you understand important aspects of teaching creativity
  • Making connections - comprehend the nature of creativity to understand how teachers can encourage it in the classroom
  • Critical thinking - grasp aspects of creative thought to apply it to teaching different subjects
  • Interpreting information - make certain that the information in the lesson on teaching creativity is understood and can be used in various ways

Additional Learning

To learn more about teaching creativity, review the accompanying lesson called Teaching Creativity in the Classroom. This lesson covers the following objectives:

  • Access your own creativity
  • Explore classroom activities that encourage creativity
  • Understand common misconceptions about creativity