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WELCOME     WELCOME     WELCOME                  If you’d like toPlease mute      comment duringyour phone:    the webinar...
The RIPPLE    Effect             Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6 Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob M...
I–C–I    Framework            Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morri...
The I-C-I Framework •Imagination •Creativity •Innovation       Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, c...
Imagination •The capacity to  conceive of what is not  yet present or manifest.       Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6...
Creativity•Imagination applied to do or make something that flows from the prior capacity to conceive of the new.       Pl...
Innovation•Innovation consists of further creative actions that advance the form, depth, reach, and richness of that which...
OurVISION
• A sustainable future depends upon  imaginative, creative, innovative  solutions to profound and complex  challenges.• If...
IntroductionsIntroductionsIntroductions            Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or ...
HOUSE Keeping            Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison  ...
Converge CONNECT   Create    Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6 Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morri...
Wants & Offers POST-IT EXERCISE     from November
Wants  THREE THEMES        1) Connections        2) Access        3) Examples
Offers   THREE THEMES         1) Ideas         2) Feedback         3) Networks
Spotlight                       Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or input to Bob Morris...
It started with a Big           Question… “How might we support morecreativity in learning, work and life to foster more c...
GOALAll across America…
…creative learning becomes a way of life!
To start, each state has its own local campaign
Great concept, but how do we get there?
BUT FIRST, WHAT ABOUT THE GROUNDWORK        THAT’S ALREADY BEGUN?
HOW TO COMBINE EFFORTS?•   How might the NCN support more creativity in learning, work and life…    so that every person i...
What’s next? And what can you do?            Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedba...
Questions? Responses?                       Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or input t...
Sharing Email your questions, comments, or        input to Bob Morrison      bobm@artsedresearch.org
NCN Network Next steps
SAVEThe Date… 1. Look for a survey following this webinar 2. Future webinars:   3rd Thursday every other month:   •   Apri...
Closing Comments   George Tzougros, Chair  National Creativity NetworkGeorge.Tzougros@wisconsin.gov
Stay Connected           Join our email list:   http://nationalcreativitynetwork.org/contact-us               - OR -      ...
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2/17/2011 Webinar -The Ripple Effect

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THE NATIONAL CREATIVITY NETWORK WEBINAR SERIES “RIPPLE EFFECT”

The National Creativity Network explores ongoing possibilities around our national collaborations and follow-up on the ideas and energy inspired by the 2010 Creativity World Forum. We will examine some of the issues that were discussed at the National Creativity Network Launch and spend time exploring a sampling of the work happening around the nation.

We will spotlight several projects focused on telling the story of imagination, creativity, and innovation in action. Sam Chaltain, will talk about the launch of his new Faces of Learning project which is a multi-year national grassroots campaign that seeks to build the demand for – and the capacity to foster – deep, meaningful learning for all people. The campaign will kick off in March 2011 in conjunction with the release of a new book in which 50 Americans – from students to social workers to the Secretary of Education – share personal stories about their most powerful learning experiences, both inside and outside of school.

Sam Chaltain’s conversations with Sir Ken Robinson quickly zeroed in on the connection between learning and creativity, and Mr. Chaltain now speaks of learning and creativity as two sides of the same coin. Jean Maginnis and David O’Fallon will share their idea for how the National Creativity Network might join forces with the Faces of Learning movement to use video/audio to tell the selected stories of highly creative, passionate, risk-taking, playful people from each state in business, education and life and pull the two efforts together. We want to know how you think this might support your work.

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  • Creativity World Forum: The Ripple Effect!
  • David open, hand off to Scott to explain
  • Scott N.B.
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  • Scott N.B.
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  • David’s intro to Vision and intro of Ken
  • David explain the importance of transformation.
  • 12:10Diversity of folks who have signed upMention the different constituencies that are represented(In addition to mentioning Launch, be sure to include those who are on the call who may not have been at the launch.)
  • Please mute your phone: STAR-6Email: questions, comments, or Bob MorrisonWe’ve got a great session planned. We’ll have a brief program followed by an opportunity for you to submit and ask questions and also some have indicated they’d like to share their updates of what’s going on in their networks locally. The second half of the webinar is reserved for that. If you do have something to share, please send an email to Bob Morrison at the address on your screen. Bob will be keeping us on time today and will also field those requests.
  • We’re going to dovetail on the theme of the Creativity World Forum which was: Converge. Connect. Create because we think that the National Creativity is about doing this as well.This webinar is a convergence, an opportunity to connect, and from it, we hope will come creative practical outcomes that we can all work together on to move the vision of transformation forward.
  • Again I want to welcome those who are on the call today, but who were unable to be with us in November. During that session, we asked each attendee to give us feedback on two questions:What do you want from the NCN?What will you and your network offer to the NCN?So I just wanted to start by sharing the high level outcomes of that exercise.
  • First we asked what people WANT from the Network. Many of the responses fit into these three categories…
  • Next we asked what people would bring to the Network. The responses fit broadly into these three categories……next we’re going to talk about one of the ways that you can begin to access a burgeoning project to make new connections and engage your networks in the work of transformation. To talk about this, I’d like to introduce Jean Maginnis, Director of the Maine Center for Creativity. She is joined by Sam Chaltain, editor of the just released book, Faces of Learning.
  • 12:15
  • Questions related to this spotlight…Handoff to Bob to facilitate.
  • 12:30Colorado UpdateMilwaukee: Creativity WorksRick Renee
  • Transcript of "2/17/2011 Webinar -The Ripple Effect"

    1. 1. WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME If you’d like toPlease mute comment duringyour phone: the webinar, pleasePRESS STAR-6 email Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    2. 2. The RIPPLE Effect Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6 Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    3. 3. I–C–I Framework Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    4. 4. The I-C-I Framework •Imagination •Creativity •Innovation Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    5. 5. Imagination •The capacity to conceive of what is not yet present or manifest. Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    6. 6. Creativity•Imagination applied to do or make something that flows from the prior capacity to conceive of the new. Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    7. 7. Innovation•Innovation consists of further creative actions that advance the form, depth, reach, and richness of that which has been brought into being. Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    8. 8. OurVISION
    9. 9. • A sustainable future depends upon imaginative, creative, innovative solutions to profound and complex challenges.• If creativity is to be nurtured, systems, institutions and networks must be transformed.
    10. 10. IntroductionsIntroductionsIntroductions Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    11. 11. HOUSE Keeping Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    12. 12. Converge CONNECT Create Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6 Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    13. 13. Wants & Offers POST-IT EXERCISE from November
    14. 14. Wants THREE THEMES 1) Connections 2) Access 3) Examples
    15. 15. Offers THREE THEMES 1) Ideas 2) Feedback 3) Networks
    16. 16. Spotlight Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or input to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    17. 17. It started with a Big Question… “How might we support morecreativity in learning, work and life to foster more creativity.”
    18. 18. GOALAll across America…
    19. 19. …creative learning becomes a way of life!
    20. 20. To start, each state has its own local campaign
    21. 21. Great concept, but how do we get there?
    22. 22. BUT FIRST, WHAT ABOUT THE GROUNDWORK THAT’S ALREADY BEGUN?
    23. 23. HOW TO COMBINE EFFORTS?• How might the NCN support more creativity in learning, work and life… so that every person is inspired to grow creatively?• Faces of Learning 2.0 develops further into Stories of Creativity• Collaboration combines ideas• NCN suggests use of Celebrity Spokesperson from each state• Add video storytelling capability• Spark community connections to gather more stories about learning and creativity
    24. 24. What’s next? And what can you do? Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    25. 25. Questions? Responses? Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or input to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    26. 26. Sharing Email your questions, comments, or input to Bob Morrison bobm@artsedresearch.org
    27. 27. NCN Network Next steps
    28. 28. SAVEThe Date… 1. Look for a survey following this webinar 2. Future webinars: 3rd Thursday every other month: • April 21, 12:00-1:00pm EST • June 16, 12:00-1:00pm EST 3. NCN Event in New York City on July 23 (after Imagination Conversation Summit)
    29. 29. Closing Comments George Tzougros, Chair National Creativity NetworkGeorge.Tzougros@wisconsin.gov
    30. 30. Stay Connected Join our email list: http://nationalcreativitynetwork.org/contact-us - OR - “Like” us on Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/pages/National-Creativity- Network/160055847352301
    31. 31. Thank YouThank YouThank You
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