Across The World, Most Nations Want Their Citizens To Be Creative
It is believed that, if people are more creative they will, in turn, be likely to be, among other things, better at problem-solving, more entrepreneurial, happier and more successful in life. If creativity is a valued attribute, then it follows that, unless it is an inherited trait, it needs to be learned. Hence, there is a growing wave of introducing creative learning in educational institutions. Below are the following reasons why you should inculcate creative learning in your school franchise.
Most countries explicitly encourage their schools, colleges and universities to develop creativity. They believe that the possession of creativity in citizens will be a source of competitive advantage.
An educational institution needs to prepare its young people for life and work in an uncertain economic and social environment if they are to thrive in an era of increasingly rapid change. The need for a well-developed set of higher-order skills will be a key part of the toolkit they will need and the ability to think creatively will be one of the most important tools in that toolkit.
Creativity is also positively associated with entrepreneurial behaviour at the individual as well as the societal level. Being able to think and act like an entrepreneur is ever more critical in today's fast-changing media and creative industry environments. Creative learning will help the students to tap into their inner creativity and learn how to leverage it for career development or business innovation.
Changing Examination Pattern
With the recent announcement by CBSE of the creative problem-solving and analytical thinking test for class 10th and 12th. It is clearest empirical evidence of the growing importance of creative learning in schools, where previously the focus was on literacy, numeracy and science.
Creativity is synonymous with Innovation. The world is changing fast and we need to be able to be creative and adapt accordingly. Creative Learning is the key to keep up with changing technologies. It is widely believed that innovative, knowledge-based economies driven by talent and creativity are the way to build sustainable societies in the future.