Replying to LO30300 --
Thank you, At, for such a rapid reply!! I think I agree with your
comments, but I don't think they prove your thesis, in that they seem to
me to point more toward enhancing creativity than to teaching it. Let me
If a creative teacher uses the processes of their personal creativity as
heuristic device, then I may learn to enhance my creativity (I use some of
Robin William's personae, voices, faces when I do personal coaching with
my "Black Belts"and my President's staff) and to develop it in other
facets of my personal mastery. It may even enhance my interactions in
teams (depending on the teams-I had the same team rate my sense of humor
as an asset and a liability more than once!!) I think such behaviors can
enhance others' creativity and I think the teaching of creativity can
enhance even an Einstein or a Copernicus (I don't know about de Lange or
I think even the consultants' right/left brain stuff can work if it is
present more as behavior than material. I find more and more that the
doing of a thing consistently and with fervor which can be seem from the
outside teaches lastingly.
"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not
sure about the former."
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