TEAM WORK AS CREATIVITY INCENTIVE IN ART

  • Emilija Đikić – Jovanović
  • Aleksandra Perić – Nikolić
  • Nataša Blagojević
  • Milan Vasić
  • Viktorija Stanković
Keywords: team work, creativity, art, children, class, work

Abstract

Teamwork is very efficient, stimulative and creative. Therefore, it appears as a novelty for a more interesting way of classwork realization for any subject. This paper is trying to shed some light on the need of group work in the service of creativity and art. The extent of importance of team work for kids, the level of possibilities for advancement and the development of creativity and art with children are a few of the issues for which we would like to find adequate solutions through finding the true answers. Both experimental work and research have been conducted in preschool institutions and lower grades of primary schools where the results show that the children are satisfied with such an approach. Team work enables children to understand better and reach higher level of knowledge and skills.

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Published
2019-03-20
How to Cite
Đikić – Jovanović, E., Perić – Nikolić, A., Blagojević, N., Vasić, M., & Stanković, V. (2019). TEAM WORK AS CREATIVITY INCENTIVE IN ART. Knowledge International Journal, 30(5), 1247 - 1250. Retrieved from https://ikm.mk/ojs/index.php/KIJ/article/view/923