Introduction The accompanying statement, from one of the educators, adds to the UK meaning of creativeness "Albeit many people may search for indications of creativeness in the presence of announcement boards, understudy made projects, focuses and shows in the study hall, I feel the inventive homeroom goes route past what can be seen with the eyes. It is where bodies and psyches effectively seek new information. Having an innovative study hall implies that the educator faces challenges regularly and supports his/her understudies to do likewise." Source: Pann Baltz cited in Creativity in the Classroom: An investigation (Walker 2008). A story of creativity leading itself to the motivation: Albert Einstein Lin-Siegler, Ahn et al. (2016) Being a child, Albert Einstein was an introvert & slow learner. He performed poorly, in his school. In the school, his father asked for a suggestion from his teacher that which profession should his son adopt? The headmaster replied to him that it does not matter, he wouldn’t succeed in anything. It was a German school under military discipline. Albert Einstein had to deteriorate entirely along with it, it was very challenging for Einstein to sojourn in the provided environment for which, he used to denounce bitterly in his autobiography. In his autobiography, he repeatedly said that it was not less than a miracle, that he endured and confronted those surroundings. He only needs freedom, nothing without the experience of failure, through freedom he believed, one can promote things to its remarkable level. It was the time of coercion and duty, which he faced over and over again, is crestfallen. When he managed to pass the final exam and got into school, the scientific dilemma laid no effect on his performance. He attempted for an escape to free himself and get enrolled in Polytechnic Institute in Zurich. Shockingly he got failed in the attempt of the entrance examination and he joined at Swiss school for remedial coursework. His journey of Switzerland became a turning point for his schooling and as well as scientific thinking. Considerably, his new school had freedom in nature, significantly it focused on all, the above needs to pursue knowledge standing outside of any afflict. A quintessential atmosphere with tremendous academics free learning style, this suited Albert Einstein’s style of being a thinker and worker. There was a concept of students, giving less significance for learning knowledge, although more on the implementation of the knowledge instead. Furthermore, at the end of Einstein’s life, he commemorated his quality time spent in school, being an enduring experience with practical implementations. Einstein's encounters aren't exclusive and one of a kind. Numerous generally perceived creative people report that their enthusiasm for their work and their innovativeness have been the best source, when they focus on the work itself, and not on different things. Some of these reports incorporate records of study hall encounters, as did Einstein's. They recommend that huge numbers of the highlights we as instructors routinely incorporate with the school day may, truth be told, pulverize understudies' inspiration and subvert their inventiveness. Our exploration and that of others disclose to us this is, truth be told, the case. Motivation and creativity altogether Richardson and Mishra (2018) Motivation is the energy or a trigger for a particular plan or an action. It is an accomplishment of present existing goals towards a firmly forecasted stage. Motivation is also defined as the determining process to be and sustained. Motivation covers your various areas of economic plus social life. In the educational sector, it covers being respectful of the significance of the desired powerful motivation of teachers and students. This diligently increases a country’s economic growth. In the way of high schools, motivation can be considered as students’ firm engagement in learning and active academic struggle. Many researchers tell that academic motivation has been developing confidence related to academic fulfillment, academic achievement, and “will to learn”. Creativity, as the principal component pondered on right now, a particular marvel, with an extraordinary situation in the thoughts on the necessities to be met by college graduates (CastilloVergara, Galleguillos et al. 2018). It is basic for organizations of advanced education to cultivate creativeness in their understudies. The schools need to create creativeness in understudies as much as they have to deliver writing and numerate students,". Creativity is suitably characterized by Dacey and Lennon: Creativity is the capacity to innovate something new. Innovation with creativeness is one of the fundamental mental possibilities of people. Such conduct thought and belief are viewed as innovative that meet the accompanying criteria: inventiveness; rightness; pertinence; esteem (Sirková, Ali Taha et al. 2014). Innovativeness, being creative can be characterized as "inventive action designed to deliver results that are both unique and of worth," The accompanying definition, which sees creativity regarding the result, for example, a result of an inventive procedure, is comparative: An answer for an issue is viewed as innovative to the degree to which it is valuable, right and useful and new for the undertaking relegated, just as to the degree to which the errand is heuristic (unique) as opposed to algorithmic (Amabile, 1992) (Shiu 2014). Thus, inventiveness is the novel capacity to make either all-new and still unfamiliar things, contemplations and solutions, or the integrating capacity to consolidate existing items and thoughts in a new, still unused and obscure, way. It is a wonder at present joining different logical controls, for example, science, biology, human sciences, and so forth. Students and the educational system Lassig (2020) We say most of the students think outside of the box, however implying, no one legitimately knows its rigorous meaning and fathom it ultimately. The high schools are the ones that empower students to study or practice their courses on a piece of paper and summon to stay within the materialistic knowledge. Students only pick from the provided answers, becoming conditioned quite quickly thinking within the given set of parameters. They never draw on their creative sensibilities. We know that the core education is about preparing the students for the future, but no one knows what the future will bring. At the high school’s only book knowledge matters, nothing else. Students are mostly stressed out to score well in all the courses, either by memorizing or ratification hence, not using creativity at all. So actually, it augments nothing new, although the coursework from the years circulates in the same curriculum with no enhanced changes and only the bookish knowledge is considered at most abundant to be learned. Jahnke and Liebscher (2020) In the current situation, students are asked to take online courses all over the world due to the quarantine and lockdown period for the prevention of coronavirus. The online classes could be readily practiced in high schools, therefore easy access to course materials, classroom discussions, and feedback to instructors. The course helping materials and activities can be operated from the online system by computer, from the comfort of your own home. I am also taking online classes being a student of high school. Different aspects of faced in online classes by the teachers and students. Below the research mainly we would be discussing online classes and make sure that you get improvised information about it, especially how to get motivated for creativity during this time of lockdown and get an improved educational system. High schools’ current situation University is a higher education institution that provides students with a professional degree and enables them, to earn money through their knowledge of professional subjects in professional life. Students are trained for applying their skills and secure knowledge, through the teacher’s professional experiences and their coaching (Soh 2017). High schools are particularly, physically designed place in an imaginary manner, where advanced knowledge is taught to the students. High schools are specified places where academics including scientific experimentation qualitative and quantitatively are documented. Additionally; a place where active technical talk and debates are held to coach the students for their better practical projects which adds up to their personality morally and their experience practically. In high schools, teachers, leading representatives of schools, and the entire faculty have disparate tasks such as administration, student affairs, assessments, and evaluation so students have diversified training with inclusion of some committees organized by the group of students (Akyildiz and Çelik 2020). Those committees are organized by a group of students having an interest in a specified field. Committees encourage and boost up the confidence level of students and they allow the students to manage different functions (functions such as Farewell, Welcome, MMUNs, Debating competitions, and Seminars). Thus, students such as in management field gain the practical experiences in such activities by managing the events wholly on their own. High schools are commonly examined qualitatively for constant improvement and get better in every aspect to achieve the highest ranking all around the world. Currently, we are all facing a situation where the virus (Covid-19) has forced everyone to sit in their homes, for being safe. Total lockdown is practiced in most of the affected countries especially like the USA, UK, German, Australia, India, and Pakistan, etc. The future of these countries seems to be at home or die by the infection of a catastrophic virus. Meanwhile, doing nothing and relaxing at home will further bring the recession to the countries. People need to work and make productive use of their minds while staying in their homes in a specific period of lockdown. Most Asian people have become lazy and unproductive due to lockdown, which is a quite horrifying situation presently and can lead to troublesome problems shortly. Correspondingly, in the case of education, online classes are kicking off all around the world because students cannot currently go to universities, schools, and colleges for lectures from their respective teachers. Online classes are a favorable initiative for educating students in the current prevailing situation. Runco, Acar et al. (2017) Students face different difficulties in using the traditional education system, especially during this period. The high school is lacking in a few things which are as follows: High schools are making students with overall less use of creativity. As the world is heading towards its advancement day by day. It seems like the education system is still the same as of previous centuries. Knowingly that an advanced future can be only taken to its peak through creatively educating students. One of the main lacking points in the high schools nowadays are the teachers focus the most on, the knowledge rather than its practical implementation for students’ career is not given much importance, thus career-building needs to be enhanced by creativeness since knowledge can be the tool to add up to creativity. Exclusively in educational institutes, we are concerned with thinking like ‘what’s needed’, rather it should be for betterment that ‘what can be’. Tom Peter’s book “Re-imagine” describes a vision of education seeing the present situation of the education system altogether. It focuses on the American educational system further comments on a link to most education systems across the world (Peters and Peters 2003). Peter’s point of view: High schools themselves ought to perceive that learning is unadulterated, that adoration for learning is ordinary, and that genuine learning is energetic. A curriculum of school program that qualities inquiries above answers, creativeness above certainty spewing forth, singularity above consistency and greatness above standardized execution. A society that regards its educators and principals, pays them well and awards them the self-sufficiency to carry out their responsibility being creative people they seem to be, and for the innovative people in their charge. Lacking Motivation in global Pandemic: Motivation originates from both inside and outside of us. Extraneous, or outside, inspiration is the point at which we are constrained to accomplish something for a prize, for example, for commendation, cash or social acknowledgment, or because of a paranoid fear of discipline. Natural, or inward, inspiration is the point at which we are constrained by things that are expressly satisfying, for example, getting the hang of, fulfilling an oddity, taking an intrigue, critical thinking, or achievement. 1. Distractions: Either through lethargy or the intrinsic sparks with a sense of intrigue, interest, and self-satisfaction the concentration may get diverted by tasks and exercises, for example, playing online games, doing riddles, and cooking. At the point when students stay at home, particularly in lockdown, it’s likewise, they want to concentrate on their "homes". They want to enjoy the family time which wasn’t the part of their normal days due to their heavy burden of assignments, quizzes, and a deadly-tough routine. They would want to read a novel or relax over their couch with a feeling of freedom from that exhausting routine. 2. Anxiety: It is nothing unexpected that students are stressed, about themselves and friends and family coming down with the Covid-19 infection, and the eventual fate of the world or their employments. This nervousness comes in two fundamental structures A reaction to something that is occurring, for example, the disturbed routine occurred from irregular naps, or a friend or family member is sick. The other kind, obsessive nervousness, is a determined dread of what may occur, for example, agonizing over the effect of the coronavirus emergency on the world or on the careers (last semester undergrads worrying for their degree to complete, intermediate students stressed out for their admissions in universities) It's difficult to concentrate on studies when nervousness has overpowered. It can likewise haze cerebrum since it is connected with dread. At the point when the body detects insecurity, it goes into battle or flight mode and siphons out adrenalin and noradrenalin, which removes vitality from the piece of the cerebrum that thinks intelligently. All things considered; students needn't bother with the ability to incorporate the learned material on the off chance that they are being pursued by something which may hurt them with making them worse off. The body astutely redirects the energies somewhere else. It makes sense this is a momentary reaction, which is the reason longerterm nervousness can be debilitating and devastating. 3. Scanty rewards In an examination completed at the Polytechnic University of Valencia on worker motivation, lead specialist Lourdes Canós-Darós finished up, "The significance of reward strategy in the motivation is noteworthy." Simultaneously in a classroom, exogenous factors incorporate acknowledgment, class participation marks, esteem needs, group, and teamwork with correspondence and the formation of a positive domain. A considerable lot of these prizes are normally missing or lessened if they are telecommuting. A teacher motivating an introvert to participate and give bonus marks and different rewards for participation. 4. An absence of Group work (esteem need) Colleagues make vitality and work as a magnificent tool to enhance competition and motivate the students to participate more and perform better. Team workers can likewise also create a "virus impact". If it can be observed if another person is motivated towards work and is working hard to achieve the position in the classroom, it can help change the disposition of the colleagues in the classroom towards it. This can be quoted by Andrew. He said, "At the point when others are around there is a social strain to work. It is being felt, as though someone is watching and observing, which is something to be thankful for. Plenty of his companions who worked from home used to go to a bistro to work, to get that feeling if students are taking online classes, they can begin procrastination by going into the kitchen or doing something else which they find worth off and interesting. Options for creativity to motivate students in the current situation The world trends are changing and due to this pandemic, the classroom trend is also shifting towards new landscapes and now online class’s leanings are being implemented. Online learning comes up with a lot of pros and cons. Here we have come up with different options to tackle the problems, faced by students nowadays. We have developed a concept of learning directly proportional to the benefits it can endorse. The concept of learning something for individual growth and motivation is the real objective with creativeness. The education system where students can learn from the online classes has lessened the social interaction and students and teachers do not meet at a physical place, but they can interact via the internet from their homes. Moreover, the teacher who hasn’t modernize their selves through technology will need a lot of time to use the online platforms and they can’t handily deal with each individual in their queries, similarly, is the case students would deal with, who couldn’t operate conveniently the online app delivering a lecture and the introverts would likely to lack behind. Students already being unenthusiastic about asking questions, would further demotivate and left delinquent. As a consequence, they stand nowhere and end up with the failure on their hands. Partovi and Razavi (2019) Creativity and its motivation are merged between the daily lives and there are fewer chances for students to explore their skill and start implementing on them so there must be some options available for the students and teachers, they can be creative because now we make a very hectic pace of lives where we don’t have an ample time to sit and explore ourselves being creative. So, we need to explore some possible outcomes within our daily routine where creativity can never be suppressed, and it keeps one motivated. Apply modern learning strategies in the workplace so; students can think of new ideas in their mind and creative work will produce such as engaging them in some kind of ted talks, give them innovative lessons, allow them to podcast within their boundaries Encourage your students to participate in class discussions and keep them involved so, they can talk freely, and this will give a new passageway to explore their skills. Allow them to do some kind of meaningful discussion. Create an environment where students challenge themselves to use color in creative ways and progressive ways, such as exhibiting inspiration posters or producing themed “mood” corners. Colors ensure the presence of life around the globe. Allow students to visualize goals and start working on them and try to achieve them by staying within the constraints. Solutions for creating a mature online session with motivated students Fidan and Oztürk (2015) The way to motivate understudy has to do with an inner drive and individual interests. A considerable lot of the elements that remain constant in viable conventional instruction arranges likewise apply to web-based learning groups. For instance, a low understudy to-instructor proportion is important for likely understudy achievement, paying little heed to the arrangement face to face or on the web. In any case, there are a couple of explicit systems online educators can embrace that will augment the inspiration, learning, and resulting maintenance of grown-up understudies. To propel understudies on the web, give chances to understudies to interface with the topic; have understudies define their objectives; set up a framework for selfchecking and progress-following; urge understudies to team up with you on the prospectus or course understanding material; and go about as the facilitator, as opposed to a transmitter of data. Some solutions can completely drive the motivation of students which are as follows: The assignment could be assigned, in the next class session regarding the last lecture to, analyze the student’s concentration level. The recorded lectures might not be allowed, with an endeavor to appreciate the texture of seriousness in the classroom and complement the participation simultaneously. The weekly report could be assembled for every student of the class, whereupon consolidating them on monthly basis, hence positioning the students based on class concerning their absorption levels of the class lectures, and award them with the class participations marks (such as 1st position = 2 absolutes, 2nd = 1.5 absolutes, 3rd = 1 absolutes). This will upsurge the efforts of instructors but will positively respond in the case. There could be an online portal for the interaction of teachers, students, and particularly parents. The portal should be designed in a way, that teachers can interact with students and simultaneously parents, with the intent that, teachers & parents can communicate for the best future of students. The portal should outlay the performance of students to endure the fright of their parents, they would revamp their performances. Additionally, the portal would allow the parent to access teacher contact precisely with a reach to directly talk to the teacher of their offspring. The teachers would upload the topics with the class objectives for the lecture the next day. Here the creativity factor could incorporate the students (a group of 4-5) to prepare the lectures and deliver the next day, instead of the teacher. Now, at the end of the session, the teacher will hand over the class again and tell the point if students have missed. At the end of every month, the performances would be ranked, and the first three position holdings will be given cash prizes (such as 1st position = 5000, 2nd position = 3000, 3rd position = 1500) The teacher could gamify the lecture when the lecture starts to be boring or should opt for an open book quiz or an online activity that can regenerate and boost up the motivation level for the study. A teacher should know their audience and how-to re-boost their stamina. There should be a random- question answering session to that introverts take part in it and everyone in the class concentrates on the lecture so that they can answer the question asked by the instructor. The monthly reports of the students can be evaluated at the end of the semester and the students scoring the best amongst all could be awarded by the scholarship program of the university (1st position = 50%, 2nd position = 30%, 3rd position = 15%) The general key to achievement in persuading the online understudies is to create motivation and engagement of students into the course. Nonetheless, don't dismiss the fundamental objective of the class, and that is to teach your understudies. Don't try too hard, it is needed to work to locate the correct blend. At long last, every understudy is extraordinary, and each class is unique. The idea of being if the instructor should have the foggiest idea what is working and what isn't with his group if he believes he is losing understudies, or on the off chance that he feels that he is not being effective, he should just approach them for exhortation and this would the best idea in the case of the instructor ideas don’t apprehend. Secondary Research on the motivation of creativity Further, sharing an investigation of secondary school understudies containing complete 28 understudies joined up with a course at secondary school of Introduction and Application of Instructional Media 174 understudies altogether partook in this examination. There were 11 were graduated understudies and 17 were college understudies. The gathering was set by the specialized capacity. The scientists performed participative perception, and toward the finish of the semester, arbitrarily talked with 20 understudies to gather data identified with innovative learning. The goal of the course, Introduction, and Application of Instructional Media were to furnish understudies with involvement with the formation of an amazing sight and sound video while teaming up with others. The most significant component of guidance is to advance the learning procedure. Along these lines, the course-related undertakings necessitated that understudies depict the innovative procedure they follow when they present their mid-term reports, and to post their considerations on a conversation forum. The undertakings structured in this course given understudies the chance to communicate their imagination. The inventive assignments had two qualities: fluffy structure and open-mindedness. The topic and bearing of the assignments were not constrained; understudies were allowed to choose any point for their midterm video, join related resources, and alter their video as they saw fit. For the last task, the understudies were required to make a site with an instructional video, however, the understudies were allowed to choose a point that they were keen on. How did the motivation for creativity and learning strategies change between the semester? During the meetings, the understudies portrayed how the way toward delivering recordings prompted numerous conversations and exchanges with bunch individuals. Besides, during the conversation, each gathering needed to give input to different gatherings, which prompted the age of more thoughts and the improvement of high request meta-intellectual methodologies. As per the understudy's innovativeness supporting learning condition, self-adequacy & task esteem was improved, and understudies utilized higher request learning techniques. From the earliest starting point to the center of the semester, self-viability and understudy discernments toward the estimation of the undertakings they were approached to perform fundamentally improved. From the center as far as possible of the semester, self-adequacy & task esteem likewise improved, and understudies would in general utilize progressively self-directed learning procedures. In the meetings, the understudies communicated how they detected changes during the execution of creative errands and how the course influenced them they accept that the course affected understudy's innovativeness by helping them to actualize their thoughts through altering recordings or building a site. The course empowered them to create their work and they truly felt satisfied. They got a lot of experience and knowledge from the course, and various thoughts were blended inside him. For the most part, it is difficult to talk about things with such a large number of individuals in different courses (Ma and Corter 2019). Prospect & Guidelines that must be followed to promote creativity in normal and online classes As we are not ready with the rapid change of online classes but nowadays it’s been implemented because of the current pandemic situation in the world but we take lessons from this new trend and identify problems and make our future better by taking out the best possible solution and keep eradicating the problems which are making hurdles while delivering the lectures. Some basic need highlighted: For things like motivation, the most important things are given above in the hierarchy. Students and teachers both have an equal role to play because if any of the steps where students lack it directly affect the creativity of them and their motivation towards their work will be in danger. A person and a student will be motivated for their work if and only if their basic needs are fulfilled and it keeps their motivation level high towards their work and the output that they produce from their work will be on the next level (Pachler, Kuonath et al. 2019). Hao, Qiao et al. (2020) Creativity is not linked with the student's mind and the marks he or she get in the class; it’s far from this concept. So, don’t judge a student through its grades or the performance they show while within a class boundary. Some points that the teachers must consider Ask: to identify the need and constrains This point says that where are some limitation which restricts a student to do productive work or to explore its skills and also from the ideas which come in the mind. There are many social problems faced by many humans’ students who also go through these kinds of problems. Furthermore, students may face some kind of financial problem or some parental pressure or some family problems. The main thing in this is to ask the student whether he/she is facing any kind of problem that is acting as the obstacles in their growth and productivity. Research: the problem So, if there are some hurdles regarding the motivation level which affect the creativity of the students try to find them not to blame the student about its work or the output he generates. As we discussed above the example of Albert Einstein, was shy and slow in its workplace because of the environment he faces. So, it’s very important to research on the problems faced by the students Imagine: possible solutions If there are problems than one must go for the possible solutions, so research the possible solutions for the problems. Take an example of a rubric cube: problem occurs to match all the same corners of the cube; we go for the possible solutions for the cube and apply different algorithms to solve that cube. So, if something that distracts you in doing the creative thing go for their possible solutions. Plan: by selecting a promising solution At this point one where you have all possible solutions listed down you have to apply them and come to the point where you get one best solution for the problems that occur during the creation of work. You get a plan for the problem and its best possible solutions that help you in overcoming the problems. Create: a prototype Now you are at the point where you have to set an example by overcoming the problem by its best possible solutions. Like: we discussed Einstein when he failed the entrance test of Polytechnic Institute in Zurich and then joined Swiss school. So, create your prototype and by analyzing yourself. Test: and evaluate the prototype By creating a prototype test that on yourself either help you in overcoming the problems that you face in between your creativity and the motivation level and if some improvements required them to explore them and make their possible solutions. As above we discussed how we can identify the problem and from what possible ways its solutions can be provided. Now it’s time that the issues which are discussed above must be addressed so we can go on our way of success. Conclusion The main aim of the case was to develop motivation for creativity in the schools of high school, which got highly related to the situation of educational institutes going on nowadays. Meanwhile knowing that the online classes carry immense in the current situation and it needs to be creative to fully indulge the attention of students easily. The characteristics of improvements influenced the willingness of students to engage in the creative process. 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