The innovative creative idea is the idea that is characterized by non-imitation, and its outputs are characterized by novelty and value to both the thinker and the culture to which it belongs, and the thinker is driven to it by strong motivation and high perseverance
It is a complex and purposeful mental activity that is guided by a strong desire to search for solutions or come up with original products that were previously unknown.
A mental process accompanied by sincere stimulation and emotion, whereby the mind organizes human experiences and information in a creative way that enables it to reach new useful ones.
The importance of creative thinking:
Creativity is a wide window for change for the better, because it:
A sure channel to new discoveries.
A bright path to success and excellence.
A short and interesting way to achieve your goals efficiently and quickly.
It provides unexpected solutions to problems and crises.
5 facts about creativity:
Creativity is coming up with a new, useful idea.
Creativity can be acquired, learned and rehearsed.
Ability + desire to depart from the ordinary, the gateway to creativity.
Imagination is the space for broader creativity.
Creativity can be achieved at the team level.
Skills of Creative Thinking:
The majority of researchers and students in the field of creativity and creative thinking agree that this type of thinking includes three main skills (fluency, flexibility, and originality), and a review of the most common creative thinking tests, which are the Torrance tests, and the Guilford tests confirms these penance skills. The three are (fluency, flexibility, originality), noting that there are other skills for creative thinking, such as details and sensitivity to problems, and creative thinking skills can be demonstrated (Adnan Al-Atoum et al., 2007; Khair Shawahin and others, 2009; Saad Eddin Khalil, 2007) as follows:
Fluency: it means the ability to generate the largest number of ideas or synonyms when responding to a specific stimulus, in a specific period of time, and it represents the quantitative side of creativity. Several types of fluency have been reached (Khair Shuheen and others, 2009, p. 16) as follows: :
Verbal fluency or fluency of words: It means the ability to generate the largest number of words or words according to specific parameters, in a specific time.
Intellectual fluency or fluency of meanings: It means the ability to present the largest number of ideas possible, depending on certain conditions and in a specific time.
Fluency in shapes: it means providing some additions to certain shapes to create real drawings at a specific time.
Collective fluency: is the production of the largest possible number of words with the same meaning in a specified time.
Expressive fluency: the ability to think quickly in words that are relevant, relevant and relevant to a specific situation and to formulate ideas into useful phrases.
Flexibility: is the ability to generate diverse ideas and shift from one type of thought to another when responding to a specific situation, that is, the ability to change the state of mind by changing the situation, where flexibility represents the qualitative aspect of creativity, and flexibility takes two forms:
Automatic flexibility: is the ability to rapidly produce the largest possible number of different and varied ideas related to a specific situation, at a specific time.
Adaptive flexibility is the ability to change the way in which a solution to a specific problem is viewed.
Originality: Originality, which means distinction in thinking, scarcity, and the ability to penetrate beyond the direct and familiar from ideas, and it represents the distinction aspect of creativity.