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creativity,

n the ability to imagine and create through innovation and synthesis.

Patient discussion about creativity

Q. are there any good sides in ADHD? I heard that ADHD kids are more creative then others, can it be or someone was just messing with me...

A. They are very creative. I think it's because they get all that information from all around so they connect it differently then everyone else. if you take that quality and connect it with high levels of energy - you can get a good problem solver. I have ADHD and i work as an electronic engineer. And I’m good at it ;)

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But creativity should not be the responsibility of schools and universities alone.
The truth is that creativity is a skill in a similar way that playing basketball is a skill or solving mathematical equations is a skill.
When you start seeing different uses for an object, you can increase your creativity.
As an important element of structuring leadership, training and structuring can also promote team creativity by reducing ambiguity and/or uncertainty about the goals and tasks of the team members.
Hypothesis 1: Structuring leadership will be positively related to team creativity.
In its contemporary ubiquity, creativity has become a paradoxical signifier of neoliberal conformity.
Indeed, in the midst of the "creative turn" of the new century, it is incumbent upon humanities educators to teach not simply the value of creativity but also the consequences of creativity: the ways creative work can both challenge and be co-opted by the systems through which it operates, the ways our contemporary rhetoric of creativity may occlude specific interests, and the ways creativity's multiple meanings have real stakes in the world beyond the classroom.
Backed by broad and deep research, "The Language of Man" focuses on what creativity is like in actual practice.
The understanding of creativity has an evolution from the concept of genius to the concept of creative systems (Cerneviciute, 2014).
We begin by considering the global context for an emphasis on creativity, then describe the foundations for creativity in society and in education, alongside educational technology.
Studies addressing different antecedent factors which are related to the construct of creativity at the individual, group and organisational level form the core of this review.