This video just made me think about how it's true that if you go without something, or even with something and nothing else for a long period of time, that your opinion of it changes once it has returned.
Creativity is not keeping something the same, it's where ideas are always moving, even if they come to no conclusion. It's the process and thinking that counts. Which is why I thought the video was relevant. If you learn in one way constantly then how likely are you to stop taking an interest or be able to correct your own mistakes if you're not questioning the knowledge you already have?
A lot of the time in school I think it's taken for granted that what you're learning is concrete and that what you are taught is what you should know, but being creative in the classroom lets students take information and think about it in their own way as well just learning the facts.