Our current intelligent tests, and also the grading methods are a serious attempt against creative thinkers worldwide. A bright creative elementary child many times gives their teachers technicality wrong answers due to major intelligent reasons. Why is this so? This creative child has entered another dimension of effective learning, thus he gives his teacher different expected answers. There are other times when his definitions can reflect a great grade of sophistication, when compared to those he was asked to answer.
Let’s emphasize the next fact. A child starts his way to adulthood by spontaneously exploring his immediate surroundings, discovering at every moment how things work. Both, his exploring and discovery are usually highly emotional. This emotional element, plus his intelligence assure his meaningful learning.
I repeat, children are usually instinctive explores. Most of them have become living question marks. Sometimes they discover that we adults are very bothered by their questioning, so they stop asking questions. There is a paradox in our modern world regarding the above explained.
Great enterprises go head hunting for very creative people. It’s excellent news to be nowadays creative.
In the children’s world is quite the opposite. Teachers have a hard time when dealing with these peculiar children. Now it is time for me to give you the good news. The not so new field of THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CREATIVE THOUGHT has recently given us the next positive news. There’s still a lot much more to be offered by our minds than they in their wildest dreams dared to imagine. Thankfully these experts are discovering every day newer data. Data that comes to confirm that our mind is a very versatile instrument which luckily has a lot to offer us here and now!
As usual with tons of Divine love, life and light from this hungry heart(hunger for God’s inspiring messages) to your lovable and loving big hearts.
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