MOLDING or Being Systematically Against Creativity?
ONE OF THE GREATEST ENEMIES OF CREATIVITY IN CHILDREN IS CALLED: VICTORY
COACHES WISHING TO WIN CREATE AN ENVIRONMENT THAT HAS SEVERAL BASIC PROBLEMS:
The repetition is based on the idea that a child is able to remember information better if he repeats it many times.
Knowing that creativity is the ability to merge different types of facts into new units and to create something new, we come to the conclusion that the persistent repetition of one piece of information in this process is a waste of time.
What we want is the development of those capabilities that enable the process of merging information into a new unit rather than memorising a large number of facts without the ability to use them.
Contrary to repetition, there is associative learning based on the idea that children develop the ability to learn new information and merge them into new units if we create an encouraging environment for them.
Handball: With a large number of repetitions of passing balls on ‘dry’, i.e. in a protected environment without disturbing the defenders, the child learns to catch and pass the ball, but only if no one obstructs him. The goal of passing the ball should be: to accurately pass in all different situations in the game, especially in those in which they are so fast so that the player does not have time to consciously make a decision.