Facilitating creativity in handicapped and non-handicapped children

  • EA Adeoye Department of Guidance & Counselling, University of Ilorin, Ilorin.

Abstract



The prime objective of this paper is to create awareness on the presence of the handicapped in Nigeria and the need to facilitate creative potentials in handicapped and non-handicapped children. Various factors that could facilitate creativity and other factors that could inhibit creativity were discussed. The implications for parents, teachers, school counsellors, and the nation as a whole were highlighted.

The Nigerian Journal of Guidance and Counselling Vol. 8 (1) 2002: pp. 243-254
Published
2007-02-05
Section
Articles

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