Creativity

From: Volume I, Issue 1: Fall 1980 Pages 35-44

Abstract

This article reflects the early findings of the new research study of the process of creativity. Those findings, primarily descriptive in nature, are most profitable for those concerned with creativity in education. The author creates an understanding of the term "creativity," describes the creative individual and his needs, and explains how the teacher can produce an atmosphere and environment that will stimulate, if not induce, the creative process.

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