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Types of creative thinking: To create – the most complex type of cognitive thinking

Types of creative thinking: To create – the most complex type of cognitive thinking

Wilson's blog page distinguishes Creative thinking from Analytical and Practical Thinking in very concise and understandable terms while tracing its origin in recent educational research and practice from Anderson's and Krathwohl's revision of Bloom's taxonomy. This brief reflection on and expose of creative thinking may be useful to any instructor or teacher seeking guidance on design higher order learning activities on the level of creativity.

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