Teaching students to develop creativity within limits

04/25/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

Students can learn creativity when allowed to stretch the boundaries of their schoolwork to accommodate their interests while staying within the limits imposed by each assignment, educator and administrator Margaret Haviland writes in this blog post. "Our challenge as teachers is to develop in our students the license to explore within the limits as an almost automatic response to any problem or task," she writes.

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