Crucial Creativity: The Case for Cultivating Divergent Thinking in Classrooms

IQ tests have been based in measuring convergent thinking—a person’s ability to apply one set of rules to arrive at a single, correct solution. Divergent thinkers, on the other hand, can generate many varied solutions to one question. Divergent thinkers…are our inventors, innovators, entrepreneurs and visionaries in all walks of industry, politics and life.

How do Waldorf schools encourage this type of thinking? Read the full article on the Essentials in Education blog published by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America.