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Unformatted text preview: Developing thinking & Problem-Solving Skills BY Sade Robinson Creative thinking is a process which can be encouraged by certain measures but cannot be developed by any specific manner. Since every person is different, we cannot develop a specific method which will improve creative thinking in everyone. However, there are certain measures which will encourage creative thinking such as the freedom to express oneself without the pressure to conform to the rest, educational environment that appreciates something different etc. I think both genetics and the environment are important I shaping us, however. I would consider the environment part more important. This is because even if we have some talent, it will not be effective unless the person is given the opportunity to use that talent. For example, if Tiger Wood’s parents were against golf, he might not ever have played golf even though he had the talent for it. On the other hand even a person with no talent and regular might not ever have played golf even though he had the talent for it....
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course BA 101 taught by Professor Janedoe during the Spring '11 term at Grantham.
- Spring '11