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Do Arts Teach Creativity?

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Learning creative process takes more than a regular art class.
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Do Arts Teach Creativity?

Do Arts Teach Creativity? | Creatividad | Scoop.it
Learning creative process takes more than a regular art class.
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The Wonder of the Ordinary: A Crucible for Creativity, Talent, and Genius

The Wonder of the Ordinary: A Crucible for Creativity, Talent, and Genius | Creatividad | Scoop.it
In order to find their own kind of genius, children need time and opportunity to wonder at the ordinary. Parents can help their kids develop their intelligence, creativity, wisdom, and talents, by ensuring they have enough time for constructive daydreaming.

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How To Inspire the Next Generation of Creative Thinkers and Innovators

How To Inspire the Next Generation of Creative Thinkers and Innovators | Creatividad | Scoop.it

"What insights would you gain if you asked 13 innovators (architects, artists, engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs and a media savvy baker) what they would urge educators and parents to do to best develop the next generation of innovators and creative thinkers?"


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, March 11, 9:12 PM

This post shares 12 insights from a variety of innovators. What are some of their ideas? (Ideas below quoted from the post)

* Realize that Out of School time tends to be more inspiring and powerful ...

* Provide unique Experiences that surprise and allow children to see things from new perspectives...

* Refining the skill of Asking Questions is the fuel that ignites innovators...

The post includes some sharing of how innovators explored in their own unique ways as children. You will also find one short video of an innovator sharing their story as well as a link to eleven videos from the conference Innovators to Educators. This post may bring some fresh ideas to use with students of all ages.

Linda Buckmaster's curator insight, March 12, 3:15 AM

13 innovators (architects, artists, engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs and a media savvy baker)  urge educators and parents to help develop the next generation of innovators and creative thinkers?"

Dr Pam Hill's curator insight, March 13, 8:54 AM

Race to the Top demands that we prepare learners to be innovative creators. Wouldn't it be fabulous to have this type of training happening in PD and classrooms?

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27 Simple Ideas To Stimulate Creativity (Infographic) - Edudemic

27 Simple Ideas To Stimulate Creativity (Infographic) - Edudemic | Creatividad | Scoop.it
Sometimes you're just stuck in a creativity rut. Check out these 27 simple ideas to boost your creativity!

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Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, March 16, 2:11 AM

A bunch of down to earth advices to help you catch up and/or keep your creativity flowing. 

Maryalice Leister's curator insight, March 16, 7:44 AM

Appropriate when considering my personal creativity focus. Excellent visual.

Ness Crouch's curator insight, March 29, 6:05 PM

I love this infographic. What do you think about the ideas?

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Thinking Outside the Box: A Misguided Idea

Thinking Outside the Box: A Misguided Idea | Creatividad | Scoop.it

The truth behind the universal, but flawed, catchphrase for creativity.

 

In the early 1970s, a psychologist named J. P. Guilford was one of the first academic researchers who dared to conduct a study of creativity. One of Guilford’s most famous studies was the nine-dot puzzle. He challenged research subjects to connect all nine dots using just four straight lines without lifting their pencils from the page. Today many people are familiar with this puzzle and its solution. In the 1970s, however, very few were even aware of its existence, even though it had been around for almost a century.

 

If you have tried solving this puzzle, you can confirm that your first attempts usually involve sketching lines inside the imaginary square. The correct solution, however, requires you to draw lines that extend beyond the area defined by the dots.


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The Neuroscience Of Imagination

The Neuroscience Of Imagination | Creatividad | Scoop.it
Understanding how imagination works could be the key to daydreaming yourself into a sharper, more creative person.
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Understanding the Creative Economy in India's Cities

This report is the first in a series from Martin Prosperity Institute that will examine city prosperity across Asia.


Gaining broader insights about what drives prosperity in some of the most competitive Asian cities is vital to unlocking future opportunities.


This report provides an economic perspective set against the backdrop of India's urbanization and transitioning from an agricultural and industrial economy to a creativity- and service-based post-industrial economy.


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Creativity and Science: The Perfect Couple

Alongside a national agenda to increase STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) literacy, there is a parallel track of growing attention being placed on creativity....


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Marci Segal, MS's curator insight, February 19, 6:47 AM
Wouldn't it be interesting for creativity to rank among science, technology, engineering and math as desired 21st century skills. The first four are the what, the last, the how.
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30 Most Innovative Countries: Who Took Home the Gold?

30 Most Innovative Countries: Who Took Home the Gold? | Creatividad | Scoop.it
If there were an Olympics competition in innovation, you might expect the U.S. to get the gold medal. Guess again.
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Can Anyone Be Creative? | NEA

Can Anyone Be Creative? | NEA | Creatividad | Scoop.it

Can anyone be creative?
How?
What next?

By Dr. James C. Kaufman, PhD


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The new science of problem solving and creativity

Some of the elements that I find very effective in helping clients find the “aha insights”:

Reflecting on previous experiences and why they worked. This relaxes people, gets them off of focusing on the problem at hand. During a one or two-day session I ask people to look at these patterns of past success and what they might mean. Inevitably helpful connections are made.

Forgoing a logical order: I use exercises and conversations that seem to wander in order to help people wander through possibilities and previous experiences. Wandering results in far more significant outcomes than a straight path. Often someone will ask, “where is this going? Are we going to be able to come up with ideas to our situation today.” About half-way through the day, they begin to see the magic of taking a non-linear route.

The art of good questions:

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http://www.foghound.com/blog/2011/01/06/the-new-science-of-problem-solving-and-creativity/


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Creative problem solving and engineering design - 15 ebooks - free download

Creative problem solving and engineering design - 15 ebooks - free download | Creatividad | Scoop.it
Creative problem solving and engineering design download on GetBookee.org free books and manuals search - Creative Problem Solving in Engineering Design

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Zigmas Bigelis's curator insight, January 21, 2013 8:24 AM

Loist of info sources about problem solving

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Change This - How To Be Creative

Change This - How To Be Creative | Creatividad | Scoop.it
If you've ever felt the draw to do something creative but just haven't been able to pull it together, you'll love this manifesto.

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18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently

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Creativity works in mysterious and often paradoxical ways. Creative thinking is a stable, defining characteristic in some personalities, but it may also change based on situation and context. Inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere...
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18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently

18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently | Creatividad | Scoop.it
'Inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere and then fail to show up when we most need them, and creative thinking requires complex cognition yet is completely distinct from the thinking process.'

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KB...Konnected's curator insight, March 16, 8:19 PM

Share with students!

Rosemary Tyrrell's curator insight, March 17, 2:01 PM

This includes a list of things creative people do. Many of the things on this list we should all be doing - like making time for solitude. 

Lee Hall's curator insight, March 18, 12:44 PM

Give you and your students time to be creative.

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Creativity and connecting the unconnected: part 2 of our interview with Michael Michalko - Think Jar Collective

Creativity and connecting the unconnected: part 2 of our interview with Michael Michalko - Think Jar Collective | Creatividad | Scoop.it
Think Jar Collective concludes the interview with creativity expert Michael Michalko. Michalko shares some interesting stories and ways to apply creative problem solving techniques.

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Visión sistémica del modelo de creatividad de Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Visión sistémica del modelo de creatividad de Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi | Creatividad | Scoop.it

Por Mireya Castillo Santillan  

El modelo de sistemas para la creatividad aparece publicado por vez primera en 1988 . De allí en adelante, el modelo de sistemas será de gran difusión en los estudios de creatividad, y extensamente citado. En 1996, con la publicación de Creativity: The flowand the psychology of discovery and invention (Csikszentmihalyi, 1998), articula y sintetiza sus investigaciones logrando un cierre más detallado del modelo.

En ella propone que las dos grandes razones para estudiar lacreatividad son: los resultados de la creatividad enriquecen la cultura y, de ese modo, mejoran indirectamente la calidad de nuestras vidas; podemos, a partir de este conocimiento, aprender cómo hacer más interesantes y productivas nuestras propias vidas.

Para el autor, la creatividad es el resultado de la interacción de un sistema compuesto por tres elementos:

- Una cultura que contiene reglas simbólicas,
- Una persona que aporta novedad al campo simbólico, y
- Un ámbito de expertos que reconocen y validan la innovación.

Los tres subsistemas son necesarios para que tenga lugar una idea, producto o descubrimiento creativo.


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Hablar de cambio es seguir anclado en el pasado... Flow

Hablar de cambio es seguir anclado en el pasado... Flow | Creatividad | Scoop.it
Creo que el tema del cambio aún no hemos sabido enfocarlo bien. Por mucho que intento analizar el impacto de cuánto están cambiando nuestras vidas y p [...]

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Why businesses can't manage creativity

Why businesses can't manage creativity | Creatividad | Scoop.it
Managers need to realise that creativity doesn't respond to orders. James Allen outlines why management's role in the corporate creative process is an oxymoron: creativity can't be managed, it can only be encouraged

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Creatividad e Innovación - Guía Neuronilla para generar Ideas

Creatividad e Innovación en empresas y organizaciones: formación y consultoría. www.neuronilla.com - Manual para dinamizar sesiones de producción de Ideas en...
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Creatividad y MOOCs

Fragmento dedicado a creatividad, pensamiento divergente y MOOCs en la Conferencia "MOOCs y el nuevo paradigma de aprendizaje en la ES: adaptación y personal...
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Creativity training

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When we think of creativity as just another line-item in the long checklist of marketable credentials, we temper its power and make genuinely creative thinking more difficult to attain. The purpose of creativity is not to make us better employees, but to make the world a more expressive and innovative place.


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A welcome reminder of the greater potential of the power of creative imagination. Celebrate World and Innovation Week April 15-21.
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A few of the CPS (Creative Problem-Solving) techniques

The Win/Win-Finder.

Especially in social, historical, behavioral, economic, political, ecological or business-management studies, use the Win/Win-Finder to understand the dynamics of any situation, map out the stakeholders there and the relationships between them and the relationships between them and what you want to do there. Translate what you want to do there into one of the above questions.

Idea Generator for Scientists—Method A.

Teach or explain the situation to a ten-year-old child as per the instructions self-taught and explained in Method A, titled "Explaining advanced concepts to a child". That sounds pretty challenging, but read on, there, how and why that is done.

Idea Generator for Scientists—Method C.

Competitive small-team brainstorming of observations on the most basic phenomena to be found on the topic, as exemplified at Method C, "Team Brainstorming." This is especially effective because it brings us back into concrete sensory touch with reality, where we most tend to otherwise get into difficulties, each higher layer of abstraction being another opportunity for error to creep in.

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http://www.winwenger.com/untapped.htm

 


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6 Steps to Problem Solving

Recognizing the Problem - When results are not up to expectations or we have an uncomfortable emotional reaction we become aware that it is a problem.

Defining the Problem - Use "why, what, when, where, who and how." Identify the levels of the problem. Restate the problem in positive terms: what is the challenge for me in this situation.Generating Ideas - brainstorm ideas aiming for quantity and creativity. combine ideas into new possibilities.Making a Decision

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Art could help create a better 'STEM' student - Phys.Org

Art could help create a better 'STEM' student - Phys.Org | Creatividad | Scoop.it
Art could help create a better 'STEM' student
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"Creative thinking and problem solving are essential in the practice of math and science," he said.

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Zigmas Bigelis's curator insight, December 16, 2013 5:17 AM

A very interesting proposal to include ART studying for education..