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METHODOLOGY OF CREATIVITY DEVELOPMENT Daiva Penkauskienė, Raimonda Jarienė Modern Didactics Center Study visit “Creativity for Quality Education” 7 – 11.

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1 METHODOLOGY OF CREATIVITY DEVELOPMENT Daiva Penkauskienė, Raimonda Jarienė Modern Didactics Center Study visit “Creativity for Quality Education” 7 – 11 October 2013 Vilnius, Lithuania

2 METHODOLOGY  Methodics (Guidebook) for teachers  Teaching material (tasks) for pupils  Video material for teachers

3 Mokomoji medžiaga

4 Metodika

5 MYTHS ABOUT CREATIVITY  Creativity is inborned;  Development of creativity is possible only in specific areas;  People can be divided into creative and non creative;  Creative ideas are complicated and it is not easy to detect them;  Creativity is not manageable, controlled or promoted;  Creativity is a way of relaxation;  Creativity is better nurtured and revealed at young age.

6 CONCEPT OF CREATIVITY ConceptsCharacteri stics of creative pupils Creativity as a personal treat Not afraid of mistakes, have courage to try out and act; open for experience, curious; don’t give up, look for possible problem solutions Creative thinkingHave own point of view towards different phenomena; use imagination for creating new things, phenomena, situations Creativity as capacity Able to complete tasks in different ways by different means; able to act in uncertainty, not standard situations; able to see value in creative ideas and promote them Creativity as a process Work consistently, make selection of creative ideas and ways of implementation; take time and put efforts in making creative solutions Creativity as a product / result Elaborate work, add new details; complete work till it’s end; products have original elements

7 SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR CREATIVITY  Creativity is treated as a value;  Atmosphere for free expressions;  Pupils engagement; taking responsibility for their own learning;  Investigation atmosphere – not looking for a “ right” answers ;  Encouragement to take a risk ;  Physical environment.

8 Creativity according village school principal :  School is not saying “no”;  School supports any ideas, even the crazy ones;  Appropriate conditions for teachers work;  Pupils can enter principals room at any time;  Creative teacher is energetic, brave, not afraid to speak and say silly things; believes that bicycle is not fully invented;  Absolute freedom.

9 WATCHING FILM WITH PREDICTION Key words:  Berlin  old lady  tram

10 I PART  Look at the first episode and try to understand, interpret the context. What characters you have noticed? Describe them. v1k9OM v1k9OM (0:01-2:10)

11 II part  What characters from the street, you have noticed in the tram?  How do they react to the old lady?  What do you think about their reactions?  How you would act in similar situation? (as witness / as victim)?

12 III & IV parts k9OM  What is happening?  What new details you have noticed?  What will happen next? (7:40-8:37) (8:37-10:00)

13 Reflection  What you would like to ask film director, if you have such chance?

14 WHAT IT HAS TO DO WITH CREATIVITY? Text/ film/narrative :  inspires fantasy, imagination;  encourages expression of various opinions, interpretations, calls for discussions;  teaches to pay attention to details;  motivates to read/look attentively;  teaches to make connections, look for relationships;  promotes reflective thinking.


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