In media studies we often look at the creation of print and digital advertisements. Traditionally, students learn many of the foundational principles for creating a layout through a lecture or text book reading, and then eventually create their own.
What if we started with creativity rather than principles?
On our Crash Creativity MOOC, we needed to come up with 100 solutions to the sleep problem. This is Face 2 of the project.
We chose a Mindmap format ( made with Inspiration software). If you are part of this MOOC and would love to evaluate our work, please do so at: http://venture-lab.org/creativity/reports/22437 and don't forget to leave the link for your project as well.
My first assigment for the Crash Course on Creativity MOOC at standford, by Profesor Tina Seeling.
Little Lola has been asked to help her mom, Noemi Szoychen (well, not her mom technically) to help her write her assigment for the when she never heard from them. Noemi eventually was adopted by another team but still needed to submit an entry telling a story about her.
Studies have shown that highly creative people are highly intelligent but highly intelligent people are not always creative. The fact that highly creative people have a higher correlation with intelligence than vice versa suggests creativity is simply a higher form of intelligence