Fostering Creativity in Student Oral Presentations: A Case for Mood Boards as an Alternative to Power Point
How might faculty foster student creativity in the classroom? There has been growing recognition that encouraging students’ creative potential is a worthwhile educational goal, as creativity is an intricate part of the human experience and a skill necessary for future graduates. Some course subjects are inherently creative by nature; many are not. Discovering methods in which to encourage student creativity in traditionally non-creative courses can be instructionally challenging. Student development of mood boards is one way in which to foster creativity in the postsecondary classroom.
Keywords: Mood boards, creative pedagogy
How to Cite:
Chatelain, A., (2019) “Fostering Creativity in Student Oral Presentations: A Case for Mood Boards as an Alternative to Power Point”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 76(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/itaa.8372