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Chapter Five: Creativity

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  • Q1

    According to chapter five, what is creativity?

    The ability to think outside the box. 

    The creation of original ideas, processes, experiences, or objects. 

    Any form of artistic work. 

  • Q2

    Who was considered a Pioneer in Creativity research?

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  • Q3

    Students who are assimilators are…

    Those who assimilate new findings. 

    Those who need extra assistance on their work. 

    Those who prefer to use known understandings to solve problems.

    Those who like to find new solutions. 

  • Q4

    Students who are explorers are…

    Those who like to find new solutions.

    Those who prefer to use known understandings to solve problems.

    Dora the Explorers 

  • Q5

    What are some guidelines covered in this chapter that encourage creativity in the classroom?

    All the Above. 

    Let students show what they can do, rather than what they cannot.

    Teach respect for ideas and people.

    Create an enriched environment.

  • Q6

    Which one of these four stages, as proposed by Keller-Mathers and Murdock, is not a part of the creative thought process?

    Clarify the focus.

    Warm up.

    Extend the learning.

    Deepen expectations.


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