The Problem with Correct Answers

A correct answer kills the creativity. See what happens when third grade students think there is a correct answer.

From Elad Segev: I would be thankful if other teachers from other Countries will repeat this exercise and send me the results, I will publish these results in YouTube

I found this video via tweet from one of my favorite authors, Tina Seelig. Her most recent book is inGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity. She was a subject of a favorite blog post of mine, The Lean Innovation Engine–Turn the Key.