"Exploring and extending ideas leading to an original or interpretive product or performance."
APPROACHES TO "CREATIVITY" INCLUDE:
Students can continue with a group or club that they are already involved in, inside or outside of school. They are encouraged to further extend or develop their participation as appropriate.
Examples: taking dance lessons, taking instrumental lessons, weekly art class or cooking class
Students can begin to participate in creativity opportunities that the school offers (aside from their DP classes.)
Example: join the art club, take the photography elective, cooking elective, work on the yearbook, work to improve school grounds
Students can participate in creativity within the local community, growing student's passions, talents, interests and imagination.
Examples: join a community based theater group, contribute towards a community art gallery, create artwork for a local park, or take cooking classes
Students can engage in solitary creative experiences, over an extended duration of time. They should set personal goals and work towards those in a sustained manner. Risk assessment should be conducted beforehand if applicable.
Examples: compose music, develop a website, write a compilation of short fiction stories, design furniture, create arts and crafts, paint portraits