This is one of the questions we will explore in June at Destination Creativity’s “Constructing creative learning environments” workshop.
Like-minded people often prefer to work together; it’s easy, usually harmonious, and often productive. Tasks seem more complicated and time consuming when we have to work with teammates who approach problems differently or who try to take us in different directions.
How can you be creative and innovative without efficiency in teamwork?
A multitude of studies have shown that despite some of the inherent difficulties of working in an environment of diversity, if properly managed, the creative benefits can be huge. In a classroom setting, this can be a challenge.
Finding the right formula for managing diversity and fostering creativity is itself a creative challenge that requires collaborative problem-solving. That’s one of the goals of “Constructing creative learning environments” to be held in Montreal in June.
Registration begins soon!