Creative thinking of visually challenged adolescents: A case study
Bincy Mathew, Dr. William Dharma Raja B
Creativity is different from normal activity in particular with painting, poetry, dancing, singing, playing and learning. No matter what skill one acquires, can be creative and any activity could be creative or uncreative. There is a possibility to paint in an uncreative way, likewise, one can sing in an uncreative way. In the same way one can tidy the place in a creative way, and can cook in a creative manner. Hence the objective of this paper is to bring out the observation of the investigator on creative thinking ability among the visually challenged adolescents. It focuses on the ability of children in creative learning through creative awareness, originality in products and independently exploring in tune with the habit of adjustment in a non-visual world.