Developing creativity: a new paradigm

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Nadzeya Nizhneva-Ksenofontava
Natallia Nizhneva

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The article is devoted to the description of a new teaching paradigm, a paradigm of developing creativity in particular. Difference between a new paradigm and the old one is shown. The essence of such concepts as thinking, critical thinking, creative thinking, creativity is analyzed. Peculiarities of thinking of geniuses are described. The author presents critical thinking skills. Special attention is paid to barriers to creativity, essence of creative situations, their most distinctive features, main parameters, key principles of developing creative situations.

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Nizhneva-Ksenofontava, N., & Nizhneva, N. (2019). Developing creativity: a new paradigm. Scripta Neophilologica Posnaniensia, (18), 197-206. https://doi.org/10.14746/snp.2018.18.17
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Nadzeya Nizhneva-Ksenofontava, Białoruski Państwowy Uniwersytet w Mińsku, Białoruś

doktor nauk humanistycznych, starszy wykładowca, Białoruski Państwowy Uniwersytet w Mińsku, Białoruś

Natallia Nizhneva, Białoruski Państwowy Uniwersytet w Mińsku, Białoruś

profesor zwyczajny, doktor habilitowany, anglistka, językoznawca, kierownik Katedry Filologii Angielskiej, Białoruski Państwowy Uniwersytet w Mińsku, Białoruś

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