Shared Resource Culture of Creativity
In her book Building Executive Function: The Missing Link to Student Achievement, Dr. Nancy Sulla describes a culture as “a set of shared beliefs, values, assumptions, symbols and traditions” that fosters student growth in all aspects of their lives. In order to create a culture of creativity, Dr. Sulla leans on the work of Kaufman and Gregoire (2015) to identify nine behaviors shared by creative people. The tool can be used to teach students the skills necessary to be creative and effective problem-solvers.
Culture of Creativity

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