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    • The perspective on
      Creativity
    • Creativity is a fascinating topic. Creative individuals often lead interesting lives, especially when they are immersed in their work, and of course the work itself (art, inventions, books, and insights) is by definition original and unusual.
      Creativity
      Creativity
      No wonder there is a growing body of both basic and applied research on creativity and various correlates of it. (e.g., innovation, talent, achievement and genius) The basic researchoften focuses on the creative process. The applied research looks to the environments and experiences that support (and sometimes inhabit) creative potentials and expression.
      Runco, M. A. 2007. Encoraging creativity in education. In Al-Girl Tan (ed.), Creativity: a handbook for teachers, pp. vii-ix. Singapore: World Scientific.
      • Creativity
      is the bringing into being of something which did not exist before, either as a product, a process or a thought.
      • Creative thinking
      is the process which we use when we come up with a new idea. It is the merging of ideas which have not been merged before.
      Creative Thinking
      &
      Creativity
      http://www.brainstorming.co.uk/tutorials/creativethinking.html
    • A
      Creative Thinking
      B
      Creativity
    • Theories of Creativity-Some Possible Clustures
      Starko, A. J. 2005. Creativity in the classroom: schools of curious delight. 3rd edition. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
    • The Nature of Creativity
      Person
      Process
      Product
    • Runco, M. A., and Johnson, D. J. 2002. Parents’ and teachers’ implicit theories of children’s creativity:
      a cross-cultural perspective. Creativity Research Journal 14(3&4): 427-438.
      Indicative Adjective
      Active, Adaptable, Adventurous, Affectionate, Alert, Ambitious, Artistic, Assertive, Capable, Cheerful, Clear Thinking, Clever, Confident, Curious, Daring, Determined, Dreamy, Easygoing, Emotional, Energetic, Enterprising, Enthusiastic, Flexible, Friendly, Humorous, Imaginative, Impulsive, Individualistic, Industrious, Interests Wide, Intelligent, Inventive, Original, Progressive, Resourceful, Self-confident, Spontaneous
      Person
    • Runco, M. A., and Johnson, D. J. 2002. Parents’ and teachers’ implicit theories of children’s creativity:
      a cross-cultural perspective. Creativity Research Journal 14(3&4): 427-438.
      Contraindicative Adjective
      Absentminded, Aloof, Apathetic, Arrogant, Awkward, Bitter, Cautious, Cold, Commonplace, Complaining, Confused, Conventional, Cynical, Despondent, Dull, Faultfinding, Gloomy, Hardheaded, Hard-hearted, Headstrong, Indifferent, Inhibited, Interest Narrow, Lazy, Pessimistic, Self-centered, Self-pitying, Shallow, Unambitious, Whiny
      Person
    • Process
      The Directed Creativity Cycle: A Synthesis Model of the Creative Process
      Let's walk through it, beginning at the 9:00 position on the circle. We live everyday in the same world as everyone else, but creative thinking begins with careful observation of that world coupled with thoughtful analysis of how things work and fail.
      These mental processes create a store of concepts in our memories.
      http://www.directedcreativity.com/pages/WPModels.html
    • Process
      The Directed Creativity Cycle: A Synthesis Model of the Creative Process
      Using this store, we generate novel ideas to meet specific needs by actively searching for associations among concepts. There are many specific techniques that we can use to make these association; for example, analogies, branching out from a given concept, using a random word, classic brainstorming, and so on. The choice of technique is not so important; making the effort to actively search for associations is what is key.
      http://www.directedcreativity.com/pages/WPModels.html
    • Process
      The Directed Creativity Cycle: A Synthesis Model of the Creative Process
      Seeking the balance between satisficing and premature judgment, we harvest and further enhance our ideas before we subject them to a final, practical evaluation.
      http://www.directedcreativity.com/pages/WPModels.html
    • Process
      The Directed Creativity Cycle: A Synthesis Model of the Creative Process
      But, it is not enough just to have creative thoughts; ideas have no value until we put in the work to implement them. Every new idea that is put into practice changes the world we live in, which re-starts the cycle of observation and analysis.
      http://www.directedcreativity.com/pages/WPModels.html
    • Social System
      Culture
      Domain
      FIELD
      (Social Organization of Domain)
      PERSON
      Genetic Pool
      and Personal Experiences
      Product
      A three-pronged systems model of creativity
      What is creativity? to Where is creativity?
      Produces Variation
      and Change
      Transmits Structured Information and Action
      Retains
      Selected
      Variants
      Starko, A. J. 2005. Creativity in the classroom: schools of curious delight. 3rd edition. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
    • Auguste Rodin (12 Nov 1840-17 Nov 1917)
      The Thinker (1902)
    • Artist: Frank MorrisonType: Art PrintSize: 18 x 22 in
    • The Thinker Medium: Oil on Canvas Artist: Anet Louw
      Measurements: 61 x 91.5cm
    • Handcrafted 'The Thinker' Soapstone Sculpture.Crafted in Zimbabwe.Size: 15cm High.
    • Brainstorming*
      Brainstorming is a group creativity technique designed to generate a large number of ideas for the solution to a problem. The method was first popularized in the late 1930s by Alex Faickney Osborn, an advertising executive and one of the founders of BBDO, in a book called Applied Imagination. Osborn proposed that groups could double their creative output by using the method of brainstorming
      • อุปสรรค และ ปัจจัยส่งเสริม ที่มีต่อการพัฒนาการคิดสร้างสรรค์ของเด็ก
      • บทบาทครูในการออกแบบวางแผนการเรียนการสอนเพื่อสนับสนุนให้เด็กมีความคิดสร้างสรรค์ควรเป็นอย่างไร
      • ลักษณะของกิจกรรมในการพัฒนาความคิดสร้างสรรค์ของผู้เรียน
      *http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainstorming
    • References
      Runco, M. A. 2007. Encoraging creativity in education. In Al-Girl Tan (ed.), Creativity: a handbook for teachers, pp. vii-ix. Singapore: World Scientific.
      Starko, A. J. 2005. Creativity in the classroom: schools of curious delight. 3rd edition. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
      http://www.brainstorming.co.uk/tutorials/creativethinking.html
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainstorming
      http://www.directedcreativity.com/pages/WPModels.html