Today’s students bring with them fantastic access to information and a background rich in technology. Effectively teaching these students requires innovative methods and a willingness to encourage creativity in the classroom. Great teachers have always used an element of creativity in the classroom. Teachers and professors in the active learning classroom try to inspire students to develop their own questions, collect and analyze data, and form their own conclusions. This method depends on interaction with peers and instructors, instant feedback from observation, and significant opportunities to express their reasoning process via spoken, written, or experimental methods. Involving a student in a creative and active environment forces the student to focus on the lesson being taught. An active classroom from the outside often seems like chaos, and in many cases is the loudest room in the building.