Do you know adults who have the Thinking-Creating Disposition? Their intentions to contribute ideas are often misunderstood. This Disposition is often viewed as illogical, aloof, spacy, or irresponsible.
Thinking-Creating Dispositions usually thrive in work situations that are “behind the scenes” – quiet spaces and periods of time to create, compose, imagine, design – and time is not regimented.
Students with the Thinking-Creating Disposition need spaces that allow them to design, create, think, doodle or daydream. They learn best when the teaching materials and techniques involve the arts or some type of creative process.
College students who have the Thinking-Creating Disposition might do better in classes that encourage new ways of thinking, creative projects, and artistic expression.