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Creativity is often associated with elementary students who are encouraged to draw or color as a means of self-expression.

 

Creativity is often associated with elementary students who are encouraged to draw or color as a means of self-expression. For college students, it’s often thought of as courses or degrees that require specific creative skills such as art or writing majors.

 

Yet for many students, the idea of intentionally being creative is lost. Business students, for example, must have a “serious” mindset because they are working with theories, developing critical thinking skills, and examining real-world problems. But creativity is not just about using crayons or drawing; it’s about developing innovative ideas and solutions.

 

If you learn how to tap into your creative side you will likely find a new source of ideas and inspiration for your schoolwork.


Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Gust MEES