Creativity Self Analysis
Creativity to me means imagination, vision, inspiration, and originality. Creativity can sort everyone from one another. The same way in which someone dresses to the way they paint, draw or write are all different ways people show their individuality through their own creativity. Creativity is modernism, novelty items, something lively, something that separates that person from another. Creativity can be seen in an artist painting, deciding their own way of perceiving the picture. Creativity can be seen in cooking recipes, when a cook at a restaurant puts new ingredients together to make a new dish. Symbolically, creativity can be defined by me as having a thought or idea about a project, meal, or new way of doing something. Creativity is not always dealing with an art project; we use and see different creative ideas in our everyday life. In my job, I can use creativity every day; this is because I am a therapist for children with autism. Every day I have to come up with new ideas and ways to keep my class active. My position was generated without many courses of action, so creativity has been very significant. Children with autism usually have high sensory needs and coming up with new ways for them to be involved in creating something and letting them decide where things should go is all a part of building on their creativity. In my family creativity is very important to my grandmother who enjoys cooking and making large meals for our family. Creating different meals and mixing ingredients together is an outlet for her to relieve stress, and leave a legacy of her recipes to her grandchildren. Creativity can come spontaneously or it may take some thought to come up with an idea. At work I get to create new ideas and make lesson plans for the class. This involves thinking outside the box and creating different activities every day and every week so the children can...