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Obstacles to personal creativity

1. They do not have enough belief in themselves 2. They do not measure themselves against written goals 3. They are too comfortable where they are 4. They are lazy or waste time 5. They are not mixing with high achievers

Obstacles to organisational creativity


1. Role mismatch 2. Restricted freedom 3. Rationing of resources 4. Reduction of group diversity 5. No encouragement 6. No support

Obstacles to creativity in educational settings


1. Convergent teaching practices 2. Suppression of creative expression 3. Problematic attitudes and belief about creativity 4. Students self-beliefs

Different age groups


Self and society
BENEFITS OF ENHANCING CREATIVITY

Fulfilling ones creative potential

Enhancing personal creativity


1. Dynamic 2. Conscious 3. Healthy 4. Nondefensive 5. Open 6. Integrating 7. Observing actively

Enhancing personal creativity


8. Caring 9. Collaborative 10. Androgynous 11. Developing 12. Brave

Enhancing creativity in educational settings


1. Enabling purpose and intention 2. Building basic skills 3. Encouraging acquisition of domain-specific knowledge. 4. Stimulating and rewarding curiosity and exploration 5. Building motivation 6. Encouraging confidence and a willingness to take risks

Enhancing creativity in educational settings


6. Encouraging confidence and a willingness to take risks 7. Focusing on mastery and self-competition 8. Promoting supportable beliefs about creativity 9. Providing opportunities for choice and discovery 10. Developing self-management skills

Enhancing creativity in organisational settings


1. Personal characteristics 2. Social environments 3. Influence by management 4. Combination of components 5. Leadership and management

Techniques for Enhancing Creativity


Problem-solving techniques Creative thinking techniques

Problem-solving techniques
1. Laying aside a problem 2. The Lotus Blossom technique 3. Mandala Method 4. SCAMPER

Creative thinking techniques


1. Assumption-busting techniques 2. Brainstorming 3. Koinonia 4. Lateral thinking

Generating and organising ideas


1. Mind maps

FOCUS AREAS FOR THE EXAM


1. Cognitive creative process ( U2, pg 35) 2. Convergent/divergent thinking ( U1& U2, pg38, U5, pg 9,10) 3.Motivation ( U4, U2, pg 59) 4. Creativity and knowledge ( U2, pg 68) 5.Individualism/Collectivism ( U4, pg 32)

FOCUS AREAS FOR THE EXAM


6.Approaches to study creativity ( U3) 7.Organisational creativity 8.Difference between eastern and western creativity 9.Creativity in daily life ( U 1 pg 8) 10.Variables 11.Culture and characteristics ( U4, pg 8)

12. Social consensual and personal consensual theories ( U4, pg 31) 13. Obstacles to creativity ( U5) 14.Creativity and personality ( U1,U2, pg 26U4, pg 35)