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Final project for History of Creativity class. …

Final project for History of Creativity class.
I discussed how nature is an important part of developing creativity.
Again, the slides are not very useful without me presenting them. I may add the audio soon.

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  • Nature

    I would like to talk with you about the link between creativity and nature.
















  • Nature

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    • 1. Natural Creativity
    • 2. “Nature as a whole was alive for Leonardo.”
    • 3. JANINE BENYUS
    • 4. Learning about nature is one thing. Learning from nature – that is the profound switch.
    • 5. “the moment my legs begin to move my thoughts begin to burst forth & fertilize my brain”
    • 6. Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor = Fertilizer
    • 7. The Edible Schoolyard
    • 8. Time Spent in Nature 7+ hours 12% 0-2 hours 59% 3-6 hours 29%
    • 9. Desire to Spend More Time in Nature 3% 7% 22% Completely Agree 69%
    • 10. Natural Creativity

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