Article Type

Research Article


In a constantly changing and uncertain word, the creative capability is a key skill, not only for professional and personal success, but for survival. Educational systems have traditionally treated creativity as a marginal component of educational programs and, when it has been taught, it has been done in the focus of tools and techniques more than on building a solid creative base for students. This paper analyses the situation of the present-day creativity teaching in Higher Education and determines the key capabilities that allow the students to build a solid creative personality. After that, the paper offers a range of different techniques to help transform these capabilities into habits as authors stand for the nurturing of those habits as the fastest and most effective way to build effective, and individual creative personalities for each of the students.


Creativity, Habit(s), Innovation, Higher Education, Learning Methodologies, Experiential