(solution) Can you help me type this paper ?! ECE 211 Creativity Reflective

(solution) Can you help me type this paper ?! ECE 211 Creativity Reflective

Can you help me type this paper ?!

ECE 211 

Creativity Reflective Paper

4 pages, double-spaced, 12 point font, standard margin settings

Use of APA or MLA guidelines for citations

Part 1: Think of a time during your childhood when you were particularly creative.  How did various people (family members, teachers, friends, or other?) foster your creativity? What environments (school, home, afterschool, community center, or other?) provided a context that supported your creativity and how did they do that? Write a description about this time in your life.  Please be sure to tell the whole story in detail so your reader can get a clear picture of what happened.  

Part 2: Then reflect on your story based on the following:

  1. How do you define creativity? Use what you?ve learned about creativity from our course readings and lectures. Use ideas and quotes from readings to support your definition.
  2. Why is your story an example of a creative experience? Use ideas and quotes from our course readings to support your explanation.
  3. Review the various theories of child development that you?ve encountered in our class (see the Handout discussed in class) and other classes. Which theorists? ideas best explain your experience? How is your story an illustration of these theories?
  4. What kinds of learning and growth did your creative experience enable? How were the various domains of development (physical, social/emotional, language/literacy, cognitive/thinking) supported through this experience?

Part 3: Based on what you have learned in class and your reflection of a creative moment in your life, conclude your paper by explaining what you will do to foster young children?s creativity. How will you as a teacher create opportunities for your students to express their creativity in your classroom? Why is this important to do?  In this section, draw from your personal experience (Part 1) and knowledge (Part 2) to discuss how both will influence your teaching practice and development of curriculum for young children.