This week Mrs Bradshaw read about a creative thinking exercise. In this exercise, one group of students was asked to complete the picture. If they completed it correctly then they would get a prize and the first one finished would receive a Choice Award.
The second group was asked to complete the picture, but there was no mention of whether it had to be completed correctly or not.
The idea behind it was to see if students were more creative when they weren't worried about getting the answer correct or not. And of course there was no correct answer. How could there be, when there were no guidelines around what was expected.
Can you guess which pictures were drawn by those who were told if they completed their picture correctly they would get a prize?
Mrs Bradshaw gave us all a prize. And Kane a Choice Award...well he did finish first.