Certain forms of mental illness have long been linked to creativity, to the perception of color and shape, and to the outlook one has on the contemporary world. Individuals suffering from mental illness often display a conception of the world in a original way, literally seeing what others cannot. Mental illness is clearly not necessary for creativity or success – and certainly has serious negative consequences for the sufferer’s daily existence
According to (Critchley 2007), when employees work as teams to perform a task, everyone benefits from a shared knowledge and experience. The shared knowledge and experience makes it simple to solve a difficult task with different appearance (Critchley 2007). An employee might struggle to work alone on a project, because of inadequate experience. Nevertheless, in teamwork, he/she can benefit from his colleague’s expertise and potentially increase his own knowledge (Critchley 2007).
Throughout my writing and literature education, my classes were filled with what Freire would describe as “banking” education and less of “problem-posing” education. This is surprising because writing and literature are creative and typically open-ended. Freire believed that “banking” education “attempts to control thinking and action… and inhibits [the students’] creativity.” Looking back at high school and middle school, this was the case for me and has affected my ability to
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Today’s generation find it way more difficult to talk to people face to face because it is easier to be on a device rather than a cell phone. The first reason is technology is going to keep advancing over the years it will cause people to be less creative. The second reason technology is taking away creativity is technology is created to make situations easier, but people do not really realize