Sir Ken Robinson remarks on the observation that “the problem with creativity is that it cannot be defined.” You’re making judgments all the time; it’s not some freewheeling process. But in his mind, anything that involves human intelligence can achieve something creative. Can creativity be taught? Not through direct instruction, but though enabling, mentoring, encouragement and opportunity, gifted teachers help students all over the world to be creative. Creativity is simply ideas that have value. Follow along as Robinson explores his thoughts on learning to be creative.