Everyone has some degree of creativity. Each of these exercises
will help your students increase their ability to solve problems
creatively. Select from the 11 exercises in the pull-down menu above.
completing the exercises, students shouldn't race through just to
see the answers. They should work at each game until they develop
the perspective necessary to play it well. Each exercise is designed
to demonstrate an important point that should be mastered before
going on to the next challenge.
to keep students from becoming discouraged. In learning to master
creative problem solving, the best way—and sometimes the only way—is
to learn through mistakes. Fear of making mistakes is often the
most inhibiting attitude to effective problem solving.