Creativity in Classroom

Educating involves creativity, which means the fact to be teaching to shape the mind of students with originality, flexibility, initiative and confidence. As a consequence I think that the students would learn how to confront obstacles and problems presented in their academic and real life. Do professors take a personal interest in academic progress of their students?
This ttopic is discussed in Ernest L. Boyer´s reading “Creativity on the Classroom”, in which he explains different methods of using creativity in classrooms through teachers, undergraduate and graduate students experiences.
There are difficulties in learning which are based on a lack of the use of some skills of creative and reflective thinking. Sometimes classroom environments are dominated by a very low participative or active teaching focused on students. Some professors does not have the idea that they can use creativity which can be a benefit for their students.
In my experience as a lawyer student, I had classes that were not really important to me because of the methods that some professors used to teach. For example, I would have preferred to practice more simulation of real cases in courts, preparing speeches with arguments for debates on many controversial topics (Legalization of marihuana, abortion rules, euthanasia, homosexual rights, etc.). However, some of them just gave us books to read and study in order to perform written exams. Certainly I considered this method to be old and boring to teach and learn.
Boyer´s makes the point that “today most professors with few exceptions, prefer the lecture method”(p.83). When he visited classes, teachers stood in front of row of chairs and talked for a long time to their students. As a result the above, the students didn’t have the opportunity for ask questions in order to clarify   their doubts correctly.
Nevertheless, there are times when lecturing and doing written exams are required to convey essential issues and ideas.