Assessing creativity


In the February issue of Educational Leadership, Susan M. Brookhart gives tips on how to assess and give feedback about creativity. She delves first into what creative schoolwork looks like, emphasizing that, "Before you can assess creativity, you need to make sure that the tasks you set for students are conducive to creativity." Brookhart also presents criteria and a rubric that can support teachers of any subject and at any grade level in assessing creativity. Read on.

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