The Creative Break Activity


The activity was to connect the dots with minimal instructions. The outcome of this was interesting to see students working in unidirectional. In order to bring creative thinking on the same task, students were taken through a session on understanding the ‘importance of forming new rules’. A lateral thinking activity was carried out. This exercise helped them to understanding that creativity doesn’t have boundaries. We re-did the creative activity break. The results were different from the first exercise.

Courtesy: Nathalie Sejean



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