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Combining separate elements to create something new.
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This teacher promotes rebellion as a virtue in creative thought, and must manage the situation when one of his students "rebels" against his testing format.
How one teacher gets his students comfortable with ideas, mixing ideas, and creating new ideas.
Often used to describe any process of "coming up with ideas," brainstorming actually involves a specific set of discrete activities.
Releasing students from practical constraints can unleash creative brainstorming power.
Extrapolating from current trends can be a doorway into creative problem-solving. This activity helps open that doorway.
One teacher's creative approach to putting students in the shoes of competing factions who have to generate a joint statement upon which they can all agree.