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How to Bring ‘More Beautiful’ Questions Back to School. In the age of information, factual answers are easy to find.

How to Bring ‘More Beautiful’ Questions Back to School

Want to know who signed the Declaration of Independence? Google it. Curious about the plot of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s famous novel, “The Scarlet Letter”? A quick Internet search will easily jog your memory. But while computers are great at spitting out answers, they aren’t very good at asking questions. Curiosity is baked into the human experience. “Kids are lighting up their pleasure zones and getting dopamine hits every time they learn something that solves something they were curious about,” Berger said. Luckily, kids are hard-wired for that kind of generative curiosity. Homepage - Scott Barry Kaufman. The Ultimate Guide for Becoming an Idea Machine. The way to have good ideas is to get close to killing yourself.

The Ultimate Guide for Becoming an Idea Machine

It’s like weightlifting. When you lift slightly more than you can handle, you get stronger. In life, when the gun is to your head, you either figure it out, or you die. When you cut yourself open, you bleed ideas. If you’re broke and close to death, you have to start coming up with ideas. If you destroy your life, you need to come up with ideas to rebuild it. The only time I’ve been FORCED to have good ideas is when I was up against the wall. At an airport when I realized a business I had been working on for four years was worthless.

Or when I was sitting in the dark at three in the morning in the living room of the house I was going bankrupt and losing my home, my brain figuring out how to die without anyone knowing it was planned. Développer sa créativité grace aux neurosciences. Développer sa créativité.

Développer sa créativité grace aux neurosciences

Maintenant que les neurosciences commencent à déchiffrer les processus à l’oeuvre lors de la créativité, nous pouvons sélectionner les exercices qui développent la créativité en fonction des réseaux neuronaux utilisés lors de la créativité : le réseau par défaut, le réseau de l’attention et le réseau salience ou SAR. Pour faire suite à l’article sur les neurosciences et la créativité, commençons par le réseau par défaut.

Parmi tous les exercices de créativité qui utilisent ce réseau, le plus connu est sans hésitation celui des « Utilisations alternatives » ou « Alternative Uses Test« . Cet exercice, développé par J.P. Guilford en 1967 pousse à utiliser sa créativité pour imaginer pendant 2 minutes le maximum d’utilisations possibles pour un objet commun comme une chaise, un stylo, une cuillère, un trombone. 45 Design Thinking Resources For Educators. 45 Design Thinking Resources For Educators Imagine a world where digital learning platforms help adult learners succeed through college completion; where a network of schools offers international-quality education, affordable tuition, and serves hundreds of thousands of children in economically disadvantaged countries; where we engage parents in understanding national trends and topics in education; where a comprehensive learning environment seamlessly connects the classroom with the opportunities of the digital world for young students; and where system-level solutions help more students gain access to college.

45 Design Thinking Resources For Educators

Educators across the world have been using design thinking to create such a world. Design thinking consists of four key elements: Defining the Problem, Creating and Considering Multiple Options, Refining Selected Directions, and Executing the Best Plan of Action. Lesens. CreatingMinds - tools, techniques, methods, quotes and quotations on all matters creative. Amabile%20ccal%20mgt%20review. A Cognitive Trick for Solving Problems Creatively. Many experts argue that creative thinking requires people to challenge their preconceptions and assumptions about the way the world works.

A Cognitive Trick for Solving Problems Creatively

One common claim, for example, is that the mental shortcuts we all rely on to solve problems get in the way of creative thinking. How can you innovate if your thinking is anchored in past experience? But I’m not sure that questioning biases from your past experience and assumptions is the best path to creative problem solving — it simply does not seem to fit well with how the mind actually works. The role of thinking processes in decision making was made prominent by Daniel Kahneman and the late Amos Tversky, whose Nobel Prize–winning research argues that economic decision makers are subject to deeply held cognitive biases. Anchoring, in which people address new problems by applying decisions they have made on similar problems in the past, explains the irrationality of much economic decision making. Appreciative Inquiry France – Le site de rėfėrence de l'Appreciative Inquiry.

Le site de référence de l’approche APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY Et si pour changer, vous commenciez par vous remémorer vos succès ?

Appreciative Inquiry France – Le site de rėfėrence de l'Appreciative Inquiry

18 au 22 avril 2016 à Munich (en anglais) du 13 au 17 juin 2016 à Chartres (en français) du 21 au 25 novembre 2016 à Chartres (en français) L’A.I. en résumé Notre Mission Notre Vision C’est une approche du changement et du développement des organisations qui se base sur la recherche de ce qui fonctionne dans un système, ce qui réussit et qui fait avancer, afin de l’amplifier pour atteindre les buts souhaités. Appreciative inquiry. Appreciative inquiry (AI) is a model that seeks to engage stakeholders in self determined change, and has been used with teams, organisations and, in the case of Nepal, societies[citation needed].

Appreciative inquiry

It was developed at Case Western Reserve University's department of organizational behavior, starting with a 1987 article by David Cooperrider and Suresh Srivastva. They felt that the overuse of "problem solving" as a model often held back analysis and understanding, focusing on problems and limiting discussion of new organizational models.[1] History[edit] Cooperrider and Srivastva took a social constructionist approach, arguing that organizations are created, maintained and changed by conversations, and claiming that methods of organizing were only limited by people's imaginations and the agreements among them.[2] In 1990, Cooperrider and Diana Whitney published an article outlining the five principles of AI.[3] On May 8, 2010, Suresh Srivastva died.[6] Basis and principles[edit] AI's uses[edit]

Applying the neuroscience of creativity to creativity training. Introduction We have discovered a new approach to train creativity: through the neuroscience of creativity.

Applying the neuroscience of creativity to creativity training