Creative problem solving, a type of problem solving, is the mental process of searching for a new and novel creative solution to a problem, a solution which is novel, original and not obvious.
To qualify as creative problem solving, the solution must solve the stated problem in a novel way, and the solution must be reached independently.
Creative problem solving usually begins with defining the problem. This may lead to a simple non-creative solution, or to finding a "textbook solution". The creative problem solving process, may also lead to the discovery of prior art and of creative solutions by others. The process, in these cases, may then be abandoned, if the discovered solution is "good enough".
Creativebug offers online video arts and crafts workshops and techniques. Learn how to paint, knit, crochet, sew, screen print, and more.
Carol Tang's insight:
A clear model for online education triggered by interests and passion in art and craft of individuals, especially women. But taking these exercises out of human to human interactions, what we get from the "workshop" seems to be a plain lecture.
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