Saturday, 22 November 2014


It is paramount that creativity plays a vital role in teaching methods and a child's education. I believe that the most effective approach is promoting creativity is outdoor learning. Overall, this approach promotes independence and freedom to learn in an environment that's safe, exactly like creative play does, however, additional benefits are, that it promotes good health and well-being, and can be conducted with no resources or materials, as it is a natural source. Creative partnerships are good for social developments, because working with peers and external leaders, creates opportunities for team building, discussion and communication, alongside self-expression and elements of confidence. Scientific enquiry and the mantle of the expert promote investigation, and creativity, although they are time consuming in practice. All of these creative approaches however, have to potential to improve academic achievement, reguardless of a child's academic ability. They all develop knowledge, understanding, and improve the learning experience.

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