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Creativity
and
Common
Core

presented by Linda V. Nitsche and Erin Van Guilder
session website: http://creativityandcommon...
WHO IS CREATIVE?

RAISE YOUR HAND.
barriers
ccss
fear
what is creativity?
growth mindset
belief + courage

&
http://padlet.com/wall/Creativit
yWall
Double Click on the Sandbox
Add Your Note about Creativity
new idea
unusual

clever
NEW

UNIQUE
unobvious

novel
ORIGINAL
put into action
nurture creativity
bridges
part I
framework
common core

SAMR

creative thinking
redefinition

modification

augmentation

substitution

SAMR
dispositions

environments

models

CREATIVE
THINKING
strategies
creative dispositions
Inquisitive

Persistent

Disciplined

Imaginative

Resilient
inquisitive
imaginative
persistent
disciplined
resilient
culture of creativity
collaborative

expressive
learner
centered

congenial

acceptance

passion

playful

mistakes

cultures

environment

spac...
congenial
room for mistakes
collaborative
expressive freedom
student responsibility
cultural contexts
space
SCAMPER

CPS

WILLIAMS
FEELINGS

INCUBATION
MODEL

DESIGN
THINKING

CREATIVE
THINKING
MODELS
TORRANCE
BEHAVIORS

LATERAL
T...
strategies
ATTRIBUTES

CHALLENGE
THE PROCESS

DISCREPANCY

CONNECTIONS

PARADOX

AMBIGUITY

CONSTRAINT

PROVOCATIVE
QUESTI...
part II
substitution
&
augmentation
SAMR substitution
ecosystems
substitute
brainstorming
FLUENCY
scads

Quantity

HOW MANY?
A BUNCH

OODLES

LOTS
a few
math structure
substitute
FLEXIBILITY
variety

DIFFERENT

detour
ADAPT
ALTERNATIVES

Re-direct
SAMR augmentation
storytelling
augmentation
constraint
symbolism
augmentation
experiment
playfulness
financial literacy
augmentation
problem solving
context matters
SAMR

creativity

substitution
augmentation

•brainstorming
•fluency
•flexibility
•constraint
•experiment
•play
•problem s...
part III
modification
&
redefinition
SAMR
modification
evidence based arguments
modification
parallel thinking
research
modifications
provocativestatement
challenge the process
curiosity
choice
SAMR-redefinition
performance task
redefinition
connections
lateral thinking
outside the box
city x project
redefinition
design process
incubation
SAMR

creativity

modification
redefinition

•provocative statement
•challenge the process
•curiosity
•choice
•connections...
bridges
imagine it challenge

creativity
imagination
innovation
curiosity
Imagination is more important
than knowledge. Albert Einstein
imagine the possibilities
Q&A

lvnitsche@gmail.com
mrsvanguilder@gmail.com
Creativity
and
Common
Core

presented by Linda V. Nitsche and Erin Van Guilder
session website: http://creativityandcommon...
Image Sources (Creative Commons License) in slide order:
1 & 87. brainquirks http-//www.flickr.com/photos/kire/790809806/s...
47. colored books1704875109_c2978e623d_o
49.constraints http://www.flickr.com/photos/pgcummings/8449894083/
51.symbol http...
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  • Creativity is not valued enough.It is not tested on the high stakes tests.It is not part of the curriculum.Creativity is seen as the purview of the genius.Many people believe that they have no creativity, but would not say they have no intelligence.Many people only see creativity as related to the arts.Belief that creative strategies and dispositions can’t be taught.There is evidence that some strategies can be taught, but there is little effort or evidence about transfer.There is little research on the efforts or evidence of influencing dispositions ( either critical or otherwise.)Some contend that creative people don’t use these strategies.-Most of the strategies were derived from observations of how creative people work.-Of course, creatives don’t use the words that the constructs have been given; they don’t use cognitive psychology terms, literary terms or art terms if they aren’t trained in these disciplines--doesn’t mean they can’t benefit.-Most are not necessary for creativity, but could help creatives with ideation, etc.There is general concern that creative activities are fluff and extras.--they need not beEnvironmental BarriersLack of cooperation and trust among colleagues (murder committees)Autocratic boss who values only his own ideas, does not reward others;Distractions—phone,easy intrusions; andLack of support to bring ideas into action. Emotional Blocks Fear to make a mistake, to fail, to riskInability to tolerate ambiguity; overriding desires for security, order; "no appetite for chaos”Preference for judging ideas, rather than generating themInability to relax, incubate and "sleep on it”Lack of challenge; problem fails to engage interestExcessive zeal; overmotivation to succeed quicklyLack of access to areas of imaginationLack of imaginative controlInability to distinguish reality from fantasyPerceptual BlocksSeeing what you expect to see--stereotyping (Act 1- reading past words)Difficulty in isolating the problemTendency to delimit the problem area too closely (Act 2- 9 dot problem)Inability to see the problem from various viewpoints, or to transfer solutions from one problem to another similar one (Act 3--Plan of Attack)Saturation (Act 4--Coin exercise)Failure to utilize all sensory inputsIntellectual and Expressive BlocksSolving the problem using an incorrect language (verbal, mathematical, visual) (Act. 6--paper folding)Inflexible or inadequate use of intellectual problem solving strategies (Act. 7--Buddhist Monk)Lack of, or incorrect, information (Act. 8--Triangles--Don’t let assumption restrict what you do.)Inadequate language skill to express and record ideas (verbally, musically, visually, etc.)
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    1. 1. Creativity and Common Core presented by Linda V. Nitsche and Erin Van Guilder session website: http://creativityandcommoncore.wikispaces.com
    2. 2. WHO IS CREATIVE? RAISE YOUR HAND.
    3. 3. barriers
    4. 4. ccss
    5. 5. fear
    6. 6. what is creativity?
    7. 7. growth mindset
    8. 8. belief + courage &
    9. 9. http://padlet.com/wall/Creativit yWall Double Click on the Sandbox Add Your Note about Creativity
    10. 10. new idea unusual clever NEW UNIQUE unobvious novel ORIGINAL
    11. 11. put into action
    12. 12. nurture creativity
    13. 13. bridges
    14. 14. part I framework
    15. 15. common core SAMR creative thinking
    16. 16. redefinition modification augmentation substitution SAMR
    17. 17. dispositions environments models CREATIVE THINKING strategies
    18. 18. creative dispositions
    19. 19. Inquisitive Persistent Disciplined Imaginative Resilient
    20. 20. inquisitive
    21. 21. imaginative
    22. 22. persistent
    23. 23. disciplined
    24. 24. resilient
    25. 25. culture of creativity
    26. 26. collaborative expressive learner centered congenial acceptance passion playful mistakes cultures environment space
    27. 27. congenial
    28. 28. room for mistakes
    29. 29. collaborative
    30. 30. expressive freedom
    31. 31. student responsibility
    32. 32. cultural contexts
    33. 33. space
    34. 34. SCAMPER CPS WILLIAMS FEELINGS INCUBATION MODEL DESIGN THINKING CREATIVE THINKING MODELS TORRANCE BEHAVIORS LATERAL THINKING
    35. 35. strategies ATTRIBUTES CHALLENGE THE PROCESS DISCREPANCY CONNECTIONS PARADOX AMBIGUITY CONSTRAINT PROVOCATIVE QUESTION CHANGE
    36. 36. part II substitution & augmentation
    37. 37. SAMR substitution
    38. 38. ecosystems
    39. 39. substitute
    40. 40. brainstorming
    41. 41. FLUENCY scads Quantity HOW MANY? A BUNCH OODLES LOTS a few
    42. 42. math structure
    43. 43. substitute
    44. 44. FLEXIBILITY variety DIFFERENT detour ADAPT ALTERNATIVES Re-direct
    45. 45. SAMR augmentation
    46. 46. storytelling
    47. 47. augmentation
    48. 48. constraint
    49. 49. symbolism
    50. 50. augmentation
    51. 51. experiment
    52. 52. playfulness
    53. 53. financial literacy
    54. 54. augmentation
    55. 55. problem solving
    56. 56. context matters
    57. 57. SAMR creativity substitution augmentation •brainstorming •fluency •flexibility •constraint •experiment •play •problem solving •context
    58. 58. part III modification & redefinition
    59. 59. SAMR modification
    60. 60. evidence based arguments
    61. 61. modification
    62. 62. parallel thinking
    63. 63. research
    64. 64. modifications
    65. 65. provocativestatement
    66. 66. challenge the process
    67. 67. curiosity
    68. 68. choice
    69. 69. SAMR-redefinition
    70. 70. performance task
    71. 71. redefinition
    72. 72. connections
    73. 73. lateral thinking
    74. 74. outside the box
    75. 75. city x project
    76. 76. redefinition
    77. 77. design process
    78. 78. incubation
    79. 79. SAMR creativity modification redefinition •provocative statement •challenge the process •curiosity •choice •connections •parallel/lateral thinking •design thinking •incubation
    80. 80. bridges
    81. 81. imagine it challenge creativity imagination innovation curiosity
    82. 82. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Albert Einstein
    83. 83. imagine the possibilities
    84. 84. Q&A lvnitsche@gmail.com mrsvanguilder@gmail.com
    85. 85. Creativity and Common Core presented by Linda V. Nitsche and Erin Van Guilder session website: http://creativityandcommoncore.wikispaces.com
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    87. 87. 47. colored books1704875109_c2978e623d_o 49.constraints http://www.flickr.com/photos/pgcummings/8449894083/ 51.symbol http://www.flickr.com/photos/jomind/4595141648/ 53. experiment http://www.flickr.com/photos/306/319222005/ 54. sandcastle http-//www.flickr.com/photos/the_amanda/2716785994/sizes/l/ 55. coins http://www.treasurer.state.ia.us/media/cms/Financial_Literacy_921EEE8CFFE75.jpg 57. dollarhttps://www.mint.com/blog/family/mintfamily-with-beth-kobliner-president-obamas-contributions-to-financial-literacy0413/?doing_wp_cron=1391120865.4843699932098388671875 58. natural spotlight392430584_115eeb906c_o(2) 59& 81 imagine http-//www.flickr.com/photos/normalityrelief/3235152269/sizes/l/ 62. argument http://www.flickr.com/photos/36653791@N08/3896257022/ 64. network trains http-//www.flickr.com/photos/95579828@N00/770949634/sizes/o/ 65. research http://www.flickr.com/photos/ioelondon/6143379343/ 67. hammer http-//www.flickr.com/photos/183123841_3dc74c6b0a_b 68. wave http-//www.flickr.com/photos/ 2894260594_2861f151ee_b 69. glasses open source design http-//www.flickr.com/photos/pmtorrone/3066402360/sizes/o/ 74. connections http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikecogh/5280585822/ 75.ramework 4 http-//www.flickr.com/photos/diegocupolo/3099917256/sizes/l/ 76. outside the box http-//www.flickr.com/photos/huffstutterrobertl/3937749595/sizes/l/ 77. prototype https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQgQSCZyWhngKlYLFG-F9xgQkhQLgs3poipH6cYlUsVnTw_TEK9nA 79.city xhttp://cubify.com/blog/city-x-project-taps-into-kids-creative-genius-in-chicago/ 82. bridge http-//www.flickr.com/photos/scotthudson/3019644249/sizes/l/ 80.eggs http-//www.flickr.com/photos/italintheheart/3679974298/sizes/l/ 83. imagine http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamesackerley/6452597837/

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