Murdock, B. Mathematics In the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics, students develop critical and creative thinking as they learn to generate and evaluate knowledge, ideas and possibilities, and use them when seeking solutions.
Critical thinking is the ability to interpret data and make a professional judgement whereas creative thinking gives possible solutions for the data you interpreted and analyzed. Students learn and practise critical and creative thinking as they pose questions, research, analyse, evaluate and communicate information, concepts and ideas.
What is creative problem solving?
This is a crucial first step because it's easy to assume, incorrectly, that you know what the problem is. Any unauthorized copying, distribution, use, dissemination, downloading, storing in any mediumtransmission, reproduction or reliance in whole or any part of this course outline is prohibited and will constitute an infringement of copyright.
Highly successful organisations are renowned for developing internal climates where innovation and creative solutions thrive.