Guy Cluxton, Emeritus Professor of the Learning Sciences @ University of Winchester, talks about the process of creative learning and elaborates on the negative link between assessment and creativity.  When a child’s future depends on delivering “right answers” to someone else’s dry questions, any attempt at creativity can be fatal. Teachers too may feel that, while creativity is a nice idea, they cannot afford to risk their students’ results. But there are ways to cultivate students’ ‘creative-mindedness’, that build flexible, imaginative minds, and get better grades at the same time.

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