Creative Thinking -Perception of Teachers in Relation to its Importance

Authors

  • Shqipe Haxhihyseni

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26417/ejser.v3i2.p83-89

Keywords:

creative thinking, perception of teachers, incentive thinking

Abstract

Creative thinking is an important element in the process of education and social development, but little treat in teaching practice. The purpose of this paper is to highlight the factors that encourage creativity of the child and the factors that constrain it, mainly in the educational environment, thinking that the way the teacher perceives creative mind plays an important factor in the development or diminishing its . Drawing on contemporary literature review on the topic provided the theoretical foundations that support the development of creative thinking and through surveys of teachers will emerge problems with the perception of teachers about creative thinking and its importance in the development of students. Results of the study show that the perception of teachers for the form of thinking that should encourage the students is an important factor to help students increase their chances to get in the right way at teaching knowledge and use it productively creative in their future.

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Published

2015-04-30