Creativity theory draws upon many definitions that evolve from a divergent psychological thought. Creativity characterizes such performances as rational thinking; high levels of emotional development or feelings; talent and high levels of mental and physical development; and higher levels of consciousness, resulting in the use of imagery, fantasy, and breakthroughs to the preconscious or unconscious states. The concerns in today’s society demand creative and novel resolutions, which require creative thinking and problem-solving. Teachers can promote the children’s creative thinking capacities by providing an environment that contributes to their creative thinking potentials that will or will not flourish in the children’s development of creativity.
Young children love to make things, and they love to make things that move and respond to their commands. Robotic brings together the physical world and the computational world. Robotics is a natural fit for young children’s interests and curiosities. Research shows that young children will learn programming and engineering at a very early age if they are given tools that are developmentally appropriate.
Research also shows that children are most open to new ways of thinking about themselves when they are under the age of eight. So to ensure that their self-image includes enjoyment, understanding, and competence in working with technology, it is best to expose them to it while they are open to soaking it up. That way they will grow up to have skills that give them both improved opportunities and a healthy outlet for self-expression.
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