Coil, Carolyn
May 2014
Knowledge Quest;May/Jun2014, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p48
Academic Journal
The article presents several practical approaches to meet the challenge of assessing creative thinking in schools. It refers to an assessment as the use of all available information, one's own observations and previous knowledge to make a decision about the whole and to creative students as those who can put things together in new ways, observe things others may miss and construct more new products. It cites several tools to assess creative products such as criteria cards and rubrics.


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