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Creativity and research – divergences and convergences

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  • 1. Creativity and research – divergences and convergences Fernando Cardoso de Sousa, PhD fernando.sousa@apgico.pt Faro, 11 July 2014
  • 2. • What is the relation between creativity and research? •What are the most important contributions of creativity for research? •Why doesn’t the university produces creative researchers?
  • 3. WHEN WAS CREATIVITY CONSIDERED IMPORTANT TO EDUCATION AND RESEARCH? Guilford and the Sputnik 1
  • 4. WHEN DID CREATIVITY LOSE IMPORTANCE TO EDUCATION AND RESEARCH? Final de la amenaza nuclear y inicio de la amenaza global
  • 5. WHAT IS AND WHAT ISN’T CREATIVITY PSEUDOCREATIVITY ORIGINALITY EFECTIVENESS FIND AND REPORT
  • 6. CREATIVITY AS AN ATTRIBUTION CREATOR JUDGES PRODUCT
  • 7. “CREATIVITY LIES NOT IN THE CREATOR, NOR IN THE PRODUCT BUT IN THE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE CREATOR AND THE EXPERTS IN THE FIELD, WHO ACCEPT OR REJECT ORIGINAL PRODUCTS” M. Csikszentmihalyi
  • 8. WHAT IS AND WHAT ISN’T CREATIVE RESEARCH ORIGINAL COPY-PASTE EFFECTIVE RESEARCH FIND AND REPORT NEW KNOWLEDGE WORTHY OF PUBLICATION
  • 9. ALL BEGINS BY CHALLENGING PERCEPTION
  • 10. CREATIVITY AND RESEARCH AS PROBLEM SOLVING Innovative results = Content + Process + Process skills + Tools for divergence and convergence
  • 11. PERSONALITY:CAUSE OR CONSEQUENCE? CREATIVE PEOPLE HAVE THE TRAITS TRAITS DO NOT DETERMINE CREATIVITY ARE PROFESSORS COMFORTABLE WITH AUTONOMY, RISK TAKING AND CURIOSITY OF STUDENTS?
  • 12. WHAT KIND OF MOTIVATION IS MORE FAVOURABLE TO RESEARCH? INTRINSIC EXTRINSIC UNIVERSITY FAVORS ONLY EXTRINSIC
  • 13. WHAT MATTERS MORE FOR RESEARCH: CREATIVITY OR INTELLIGENCE? MIX NO COGNITIVE STYLE, NOR CREATIVE THINKING COGNITIVE PROCESSES
  • 14. WHAT AGE IS MORE FAVOURABLE? MECHANIC YOUTH PRAGMATIC EXPERIENCE THE UNIQUE RELATION SUPERVISOR-CANDIDATE
  • 15. INSPIRATION OR TRANSPIRATION? INTUITION INCUBATION SEREDENDIPITY
  • 16. WHAT KIND OF ENVIRONMENT FAVOURS RESEARCH? INDIVIDUAL GROUP MIX
  • 17. CREATION IS ALWAYS COLLECTIVE, AND SO THE ISOLATED INDIVIDUAL, HOWEVER CREATIVE SHE MAY BE, WILL ALWAYS BE MORE LIMITED THAN IF SHE IS INSERTED IN A GROUP. THEREFORE, THE FOUNDATION OF ANY ORGANIZATION SHOULD RELY ON TEAMS. THE VALUE OF EACH TEAM DEPENDS TO A LARGE EXTENT ON THE QUALITY OF ITS LEADERSHIP COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH
  • 18. CREATIVITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION CREATIVITY ACROSS CURRICULA CREATIVITY TRAINING AIMING AT CREATIVE POTENTIAL
  • 19. WHAT FUTURE FOR CREATIVE RESEARCH IN THE UNIVERSITY? SOCIAL FRAGMENTATION COLLABORATION INTERNATIONAL TENDENCIES
  • 20. www.apgico.pt