(a) Every person is not able to extend his or her creativity to the fullest extent possible because the structure of our social and educational environment does not promote the growth of creativity. The support from society is a crucial factor which develops one’s personality.
(b) (i) Highly creative people aren’t afraid to ask what may seem to be naive or silly questions
(ii) Unlike children, creative people appear to have vast stores of patience to draw upon
(c) The most essential prerequisites for full creative functioning in children and adults is a fully creative functioning that one must not be afraid to ask what may seem like childlike questions but are an important prerequisite for full creativity.
(d). The home that encourages inquisitiveness contributes to creative development. The teacher who stresses questions rather than answers and rewards curiosity rather than restricting is teaching a child to be creative
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