CreativeCon Impact Report

Each year, we survey students and teachers after they attend CreativeCon. These are the results from surveys completed after the 2023 event.

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At the 2023 conference…

On a scale of 1-5, 90% of students rated CreativeCon as 4 or 5.

87% of students had never attended CreativeCon.

96% of students thought CreativeCon presenters provided real-world examples of how to use creativity and problem-solving.

97% learned that creativity is a skill that can be practiced and strengthened.

95% learned that creativity and problem-solving are important skills for everyone.

When asked “What is one thing you learned today?”, students said…

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“I learned that we can show creativity in hundreds of ways!”

“Creativity is not something that you are born with. It’s something that takes development and the utmost skill to master… and no one has ever mastered creativity.”

“It is fun to be creative!”

“Mistakes are okay.”

“We improvise every day.”

Teachers said…

“This was my first time attending and it was fantastic. My students kept telling me how great and fun the classes were.”

“I love to watch the presenters encourage the kids to think outside the box.”

“The sessions spark interest for further exploration and curiosity after leaving.”

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