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Webinar on Creativity in Education

Webinar on Creativity in Education

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  • Keith Smyth (Scotland), Mark McGuire (New Zealand), CarolYeager (US) collaboration, borderless, lifelong, lifewide learning, opportunities, connecting

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  • 1. Creativity in Education Hello and 19 October 2012 welcome to our TLC webinar. Please go to tools>audio>audio setup wizard to check your audio Prof. Paul Haywood Carol Yeager University of Salford, UK Empire State College, NY, USAChrissi CristinaTeaching and Learning Conversations (TLC)http://pgcapsalford.wordpress.com/tlcs/
  • 2. Prof. Paul Haywood University of SalfordCarol YeagerState University of New YorkEmpire State College
  • 3. Creative Connections Carol Yeager Empire State College State University of New York 19 October 2012
  • 4. What is Creativity?
  • 5. • Assumptions We see what we think we see. Change your assumptions and you change the world, starting with you!• Mental Clutter Today’s pace of living makes it difficult to focus, reflect and gain perspective = overload• Narrow mindedness When in a box, hard to see outside and discover opportunities. Our vision conforms to what confines it. Difficult to avoid “group think”
  • 6. • Fear Puts us in a box• Powerlessness Keeps us in a box• Narrow mindedness Vision obscured. Our vision conforms to that which confines it.Break out of the box and find Creativity
  • 7. http://cdlprojects.com/
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  • 9. Additional Resources• Sir Ken Robinson• http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_s chools_kill_creativity.html• http://www.ted.com/talks/sir_ken_robinson_bri ng_on_the_revolution.html• Daniel Pink• A Whole New Mind• Puccio, Murdock, Mance• Creative Leadership: Skills that Drive Change
  • 10. • Be brave enough to live life creatively. The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. You can’t get there by bus, only by hard work and risk and by not quite knowing what you’re doing. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover will be yourself. ~ Alan Alda, 1936- ~
  • 11. Creativity in Education 19 October 2012 Thank you for joining us today! Prof. Paul Haywood Carol Yeager University of Salford, UK Empire State College, NY, USAChrissi CristinaTeaching and Learning Conversations (TLC)webinars and records available at http://pgcapsalford.wordpress.com/tlcs/