A nice videoclip about how Japanese schools develop creativity in students using an unique method called Nameless Paints.
It is really exploration of nameless colour tubes where the actual colour is not given.
When a child explore the mixture of colours, he/she gets to learn how different types of primary colours can be used to create other colours.
It is one great way of getting kids to explore and learn on their own.
As a teacher, I guess my students would get more fun to find out about the mystery colours. They enjoy the process of unveiling secrets.
By igniting their curiosity, they are definitely more eager to learn and explore on their own.
It is the first time that I learn about this and I really find it interesting and fun.
Disclaimer: This is my personal reflection and I am not in any position to instruct anyone what they should do. I am not responsible for any action taken as a result of this post. My post can only be a reference for your further research and growth. By reading this post, you acknowledge and accept that. All images and pictures were taken from google images that are free from copyright under labelled for reuse.
Posted from my blog with SteemPress : http://fun2learn.steemblogs.club/2019/08/20/develop-creativity-in-kids-with-unique-japanese-method/