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Rubén Turienzo Hoy Miércoles, día de las herramientas, quiero traer una dinámica que creo que puede venir bien a todas las personas que deseen saber si son analíticas o creativas o bien a aquellas personas que quieran comprobar si sus equipos están balanceados en esos términos. La dinámica tendría como objetivos: - Promover una oportunidad para comparar problemas analíticos y creativos. Rubén Turienzo
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Thoughts on the Golden Ratio and colour. « THERESA RYAN Thoughts on the Golden Ratio and colour. « THERESA RYAN Last Autumn, I posted an article talking about the Golden Rule. Here’s an excerpt from that post in which I quoted from Juliette Aristides’ book: ”Yet in a few places a remarkable physical phenomenon occurred- the clear and pleasing ringing of a musical tone. The new tones were created at the one half, two thirds and three quarters divisions of the string when measuring the string from right to left. When measuring the string from left to right, however, these tones are created at the one quarter, one third and one half divisions.
Sesgo cognitivo En un experimento ideado por Wolfgang Köhler, se pide al sujeto que diga cuál de estas figuras se llama bouba y cuál kiki. La mayoría de los sujetos le asigna el nombre bouba a la figura de la derecha, quizá porque los labios se redondean para producir el sonido o porque en el alfabeto romano, las letras b, o y a tienen una forma más redondeada que k e i (puntiagudas). Un sesgo o prejuicio cognitivo es un efecto psicológico que produce una desviación en el procesamiento de lo percibido, lo que lleva a una distorsión, juicio inexacto, interpretación ilógica, o lo que se llama en términos generales irracionalidad, que se da sobre la base de la interpretación de la información disponible, aunque los datos no sean lógicos o no estén relacionados entre sí.[1] [2] [3] Los sesgos sociales se denominan generalmente sesgos atribucionales y afectan a nuestras interacciones sociales de cada día, también están presentes en la probabilidad y toma de decisiones. Sesgo cognitivo
Creativity Prompt #22 - The "One-Sheet" Mini Album | Creativity Prompt October 24th, 2008 by Avital This week’s Creativity Prompt is to make a cute mini album, or journal - what ever you wish to use that for - using a single sheet of cardstock and a couple of chipboard squares (or recycled cardboard…). For a special touch I covered the chipboard squares with fabric, and it turned out fabulous Creativity Prompt #22 - The "One-Sheet" Mini Album | Creativity Prompt
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A Model of Learning Objectives A Model of Learning Objectives A statement of a learning objective contains a verb (an action) and an object (usually a noun). The verb generally refers to [actions associated with] the intended cognitive process. The object generally describes the knowledge students are expected to acquire or construct. (Anderson and Krathwohl, 2001, pp. 4–5) The cognitive process dimension represents a continuum of increasing cognitive complexity—from remember to create. Anderson and Krathwohl identify 19 specific cognitive processes that further clarify the bounds of the six categories (Table 1).
11 Free Resources About Creativity 11 Free Resources About Creativity Want some ideas about creativity? I found some files and ebooks that might be of value to you. Note: these are all PDF files. How Pixar Fosters Collective Creativity.
Using A Support Group For Creativity | Geekpreneur Using A Support Group For Creativity | Geekpreneur Photography: drurydrama (Len Radin) Being an artist always seems like such a lonely job. They always have to work alone, surrounded by half-completed canvases, overturned paint pots and wobbly easels. At best, they’ll have a model to console themselves with at the end of the day – unless they’re painting a still life – but usually, if a painter talks about his ideas, it’s to himself and to his work in progress.
Two Types of Creativity (from the research of Dr. Michael Kirton)
Do You Recognize These 10 Mental Blocks to Creative Thinking? | Copyblogger
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What you DO affects what you THINK « Digging out... | Main | My First Scoble: a DIY gift idea » What you DO affects what you THINK What our users DO with our products--or even what they see someone else do--has a bigger effect on their brains than we might believe. How we move (or imagine moving) our bodies changes our thoughts. And if there's a mismatch between thought and physical action, brains don't like it. Whether you're designing interfaces or instructional materials, you can't afford to ignore the research on this. What you DO affects what you THINK
Entrevista a Howard Gardner - Cloud thinking
Background How do you get to be a great musician? It helps to know the theory, and to understand the mechanics of your instrument. It helps to have talent. But ultimately, greatness comes from practicing; applying the theory over and over again, using feedback to get better every time. How do you get to be an All-Star sports person? CodeKata: Code Kata
Why Intelligent People Fail Why Intelligent People Fail Content from Sternberg, R. (1994). In search of the human mind. New York: Harcourt Brace.
How Running A Business Changes The Way You Think A few months ago I had the opportunity to have dinner with Ramit Sethi. We shot the breeze about business topics for a little while — optimizing email opt-in rates, A/B testing to victory, pricing strategies, and the like. Writing and selling software is solidly in my comfort zone and is what I usually talk about on this blog. If you want that, skip this post. We are going deep, deep into the fluffy bits!
"Outside the Box" Cartoon All innovation occurs in some kind of box. It’s always framed by some constraint, whether from the organization, the marketplace, or the consumer. In some cases, those constraints can spark even greater creativity. They can provide focus and a tangible challenge to rally the team. Think about the famous scene in Apollo 13, when an engineer briefed the team trying to save the astronauts: “We’ve got to find a way to make this [square CSM LiOH canister] fit into the hole for this [round LEM canister] using nothing but that [spare parts on board the ship].”
¿Dónde se obtienen las ideas Creativas?
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Visualizing the Creative Process
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Review: How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci
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