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Master of Education (MEd)
Guilford's (1959) studies indicated that there are over 120 different factors of intelligence and that just a few of these factors are measured by the available intelligence tests. To do well on the typical intelligence test, the subject must be able to recall and recognize, perhaps even use prior learning to solve problems; he need not necessarily be able to invent, innovate, or create new approaches and ideas to the problems society faces.
This report will identify other factors that are indicative of creative ability and then give ways that this creative ability can be fostered and developed.
Lundahl, James W., "The Identification and Fostering of Creative Ability" (1971). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 946.
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