• Gabriela Kelemen „Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad
  • Slavin I. Adela Oana Masterand PETSM


creativity, stimulating, education strategies, capacity, aptitudes,


Creativity is hard to define because of its complexity. The expression evokes the power to innovate, to be original in thought and achievements, to manifest a flexible spirit, a tendency towards active prospecting. So it would be more appropriate to talk about creative skills. Thus it would be more appropriate to talk about creative skills. This is, in Guildford's opinion, in the area of divergent production, a concept that approaches the original action of non-conformism, simply an escape from the current and common ideas of imitation or reproduction.The educational ideal of the Romanian school aims at forming the autonomous and creative personality, a personality capable of anticipating the future, transforming the present in its own anticipations, discovering and solving situation along with the others. In our article we want to highlight the possible means of classroom intervention that would favour the development of these innate skills.


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