Strategies for teaching and assessing creativity

03/7/2013 | Edutopia.org

Creativity is an essential skill that can be taught and assessed in student projects, according to education consultant Andrew Miller. In this blog post, Miller offers four indicators of what creativity in learning looks like, and suggests a number of ways these indicators can be included in projects or lessons. "If we want our students to be creative, we must give them not only the opportunity to do so, but also the finite skills and targets to be able to do so," Miller writes.

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