I believe I grow in creativity with the help of different factors: 50% is personal inspiration I get from being outdoors, from living my daily life, from socializing, traveling, and exercising. 30% is everything I learn in school; the projects I am assigned, the classes I take, the instructors I meet and what each of them teaches me, the activities organized by my school, etc. The rest of my creativity growth I believe comes from the research I do on several subjects, and the amount of time I spend working on projects. I believe I grow in creativity while working on my projects since I almost always see changes from the beginning of a project till the final result. However, that creative process is affected by all the other things inside the rest of the percentages.
As for bringing my creativity to class, I believe I have done so by asking questions that everyone can relate to. I ask for help and I also help my classmates, and by doing this, both my classmate and I learn something new. I try to do things that are not the default, and by doing so I believe I inspire my classmates to get new ideas for their projects as well. I try my best in every project, creating a certain healthy competition between classmates so that we push one another to give our best.