Development of Creative Thinking in Elementary Color Teaching

Ren FU

Abstract


Creative thinking is a groundbreaking activity of mind, which is able to explore a new region of understanding and achieve new product of understanding. Creative thinking, which is based on abilities of feeling, memorizing, thinking, association and comprehension, is an advanced mental activity that featured as comprehensive, exploratory and novelty. It requires hard brain work. Development of creative thinking is considered as the top training topic in elementary color teaching. According to physical and psychological characters of children and rule of color teaching, thoughts of low grade students are abstract and have no set pattern. It brings difficulty, confusing and opportunity to our color teaching. As long as we understand the role of physical and psychological characters of children and match color teaching to the rule of low grade children, elementary students will show more creative thinking and their thoughts will fly in a colorful land.


Keywords


Creative thinking; Color teaching; Development

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References


Akira, T. (2002). Creative thinking (W. Tong, Trans.). Beijing: China Youth Press.

Rudolf, A. (1998). Art and visual perception: A psychology of the creative eye (J. Y. Zu, Trans.). Chengdou, China. Sichuan People’s Publishing House.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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