Creativity is a life skill, of value in formal and informal settings, and certainly of great value on the globally competitive world stage. Companies want creative employees, who can quickly convert raw knowledge into highly competitive know-how, resulting in strategic advantage in the marketplace. Creativity is a critical catalyst; but it must be nurtured, practiced and welcomed, wherever it is needed.
This is the initial book in a three-volume series on creativity. It contains the basics about creativity, gleaned from the author’s personal readings, research and interactions with teachers and students over decades of in-person visits and lecturing, in various grade levels in public and private schools.