Ideas aboutcreativity are neither unknown nornew. Creativity understood as self-realization belongs to one of the basic human needs as other physiological needs such as the need to be loved, the need of belonging and being appreciated. Creativity is therefore a significant marker of each human being. However, it comes in various forms, areas and levels. We intend to introduce the reader to the ... [Show full abstract] research of levels of nonverbal creativity in students of pedagogy, attending the study programme of technical education at the College of Education, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen (Czech Republic). Urban´s test – TSD-Z and a questionnaire were used as the research methods.