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Title: Development of creative and innovative talents of students
Authors: Hawlader, M.N.A. 
Poo, A.N. 
Issue Date: 1989
Citation: Hawlader, M.N.A.,Poo, A.N. (1989). Development of creative and innovative talents of students. The International journal of applied engineering education 5 (3) : 331-339. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A description of creativity and innovation, and the factors that affect their successful development is included in this paper. Five distinct sequential steps are involved in a creative process. These are first insight, preparation, incubation, illumination and verification. The success of a creative process depends to a great extent on the individual and a stimulating environment is considered to be extremely important. Several methods are available for the generation of ideas but brainstorming sessions are considered to be the most well known and widely used technique. The effectiveness of the brainstorming session is generally attributed to the chain reaction value. Creative ideas undergo a stringent evaluation process before being implemented. An awareness of the creative process and an actual involvement in the solution of a creative problem may help students to develop their creative and innovative talents. It is believed that education can help students to perform creatively. The supportive attitude of teachers towards creative signs in students would help in the development of creativity.
Source Title: The International journal of applied engineering education
ISSN: 07420269
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