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Experience Creativity UNOi Mexico

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This is the 2nd part of a 3 part presentation I gave for UNOi in Los Cabos, Mexico. It shares the "why " of creativity in 21st century education and the nature of creativity, punctuated by interactive experiences as it addresses the "how".

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Experience Creativity UNOi Mexico

  1. 1. EXPERIENCE CREATIVITY @amyburvall #3eridiomaUNOi
  2. 2. Creativity What was the most creative thing you have ever done? Think/ Pair/ Share
  3. 3. please transition back
  4. 4. Agility is the Answer
  5. 5. Creativity is a Tao - a Way - a Lens
  6. 6. Train…the creative brain
  7. 7. “CREATIVITY is relational. …casting widely and disparate dots of existing knowledge in new ways …mine your knowledge; know your dots” -Bruce Nussbaum
  8. 8. CREATIVITY is… …connecting dots
  9. 9. to dot connect you must have the dots
  10. 10. help students grow their dot forest
  11. 11. Egon Schiele meets Thom Yorke of Radiohead
  12. 12. “if they build it they will get it” @wickeddecent creation reveals comprehension
  13. 13. Whether you THINK or you BELIEVE or you KNOW, you’re a lot of other people… but the moment you FEEL… you’re nobody but yourself ee cummings
  14. 14. value play
  15. 15. We don’t stop PLAYING because we grow OLD…we grow old because we stop playing - George Bernard Shaw
  16. 16. flexible thinkers adaptable creative / innovative open to change trusting tolerant / bonding purpose / mastery makes us…
  17. 17. confidence problem-solving focus perseverance collaboration What we learn from MAKING
  18. 18. empathy need-finding iteration/ revision reflection and feedback creative confidence / fail up DESIGN
  19. 19. observe connect interpret find patterns evaluate question explore perspectives
  20. 20. There is no WIN There is no FAIL There is only MAKE - John Cage
  21. 21. @amyburvall @WickedDecent Critical Creativity in the K-12 Classroom http://bit.ly/intentionCC
  22. 22. Students using creative expression to demonstrate deeper thinking and the nuances of understanding content
  23. 23. GOAL: learning is sticky, meaningful, authentic
  24. 24. Constructivism (meaning through inquiry)
  25. 25. Constructionism (meaning through making)
  26. 26. Connectivism (meaning through networks)
  27. 27. THINKING
  28. 28. THINKING MAKING
  29. 29. PROCESS
  30. 30. PROCESS PRODUCT
  31. 31. REFLECTION
  32. 32. REFLECTION REACTION
  33. 33. Almost all creativity involves purposeful play - Abraham Maslow
  34. 34. the WHEN and WHY to use a tool is as important as the HOW
  35. 35. http://bit.ly/makedujour Please join my creativity community
  36. 36. “ ART is risk made visible “ “ CREATIVITY is risk made visible “ “ TEACHING is risk made visible “ “ LEARNING is risk made visible “
  37. 37. marshmallow sky
  38. 38. Creativity is as important as literacy Sir Ken Robinson
  39. 39. my former student, Johan
  40. 40. my former student, Johan
  41. 41. MERAKI : to do something with creativity and love; to leave your soul in your work
  42. 42. How might we…foster an artist mindset? STEM + Creativity and The Arts
  43. 43. hire an artist if you want to solve a novel problem …invite an artist to be an integral part of R&D… to shake things up
  44. 44. Creativity is Remix
  45. 45. All ideas are secondhand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources - Mark Twain
  46. 46. creativity is derivative
  47. 47. STANDING ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS
  48. 48. REMIX: the ultimate demonstration of learning? TRANSFORM to give new MEANING
  49. 49. is like a Long Island Iced Tea mix of existing ingredients, deconstructed and re-contextualized
  50. 50. is like a White Russian two or more opposing things layered and blended
  51. 51. most used remix?
  52. 52. see things in new ways appropriate to create - re-contextualize
  53. 53. mix anything pop culture with something academic It!
  54. 54. art + pop: @AncientTop40
  55. 55. Social Media Anything historical / lit characters w/ SM (anachronism + empathy) tweet as characters (or TodaysMeet)
  56. 56. analog Instagram Faux Facebook Twitter parody account
  57. 57. ppropriation requires ttribution
  58. 58. @austinkleon
  59. 59. Scamper Technique Bob Eberle Substitute Combine Adapt Modify Put to Another Use Eliminate Reverse
  60. 60. Make a Scene! Each partner finds something in bag Combine elements of each item to make a new thing
  61. 61. please transition back
  62. 62. Find the wow in the now
  63. 63. Steve Jobs’ last words oh wow… w oh wow… oh wow…
  64. 64. stuff your eyes with wonder Ray Bradbury
  65. 65. notice things others don’t
  66. 66. Make the Mundane Matter
  67. 67. Find Whimsy in the World
  68. 68. “The Deep”… example of Pareidolia
  69. 69. Pareidolia Create something with a mundane object
  70. 70. please transition back
  71. 71. see relationships to which others are blind Mission for Juxtaposition
  72. 72. I saw the angel in the marble… Michelangelo …and I carved to set it free
  73. 73. think outside the lines divergent thinking
  74. 74. “knock on paper”
  75. 75. metaphorical thinking
  76. 76. visual metaphor for “eating disorder”
  77. 77. Kennings hyphenated compound metaphor Anglo-Saxon and Norse literature “northern kiss”= cold wind “whale-road” = the ocean “sky-candle”= sun
  78. 78. analogies game word bank of nouns seek connections (use like and as) visualize horse wind
  79. 79. @austinkleon In other words…
  80. 80. New Perspective describe to an extraterrestrial best or worst thing that could happen? view from diff cultures or generations what might happen next?
  81. 81. weed or wish?
  82. 82. Perspectives Describe to an extra-terrestrial topic: “SMARTPHONE” OR best/ worst/ next thing that can happen what might happen next (what’s in store?)
  83. 83. please transition back
  84. 84. David Ogilvy big ideas usually come as simple ideas create a children’s book explain in 3 image panel
  85. 85. Power of Knowledge
  86. 86. minimalist posters of a concept
  87. 87. 3 dimensional visualization of: vocab word math problem event in history process in science movement in political science Make it Tangible
  88. 88. use real life items or people length of hair= frequency of addiction
  89. 89. photo essay style
  90. 90. put it on a tee!
  91. 91. CREATIVITY is intelligence having fun Albert Einstein
  92. 92. Japanese game for Ideation Shiritori https://shiritorigame.com/ think of a word that starts with the last letter IDEAS
  93. 93. Shiritori Round Use “CREATIVITY” words that start with each letter…go as fast as you can
  94. 94. please transition back
  95. 95. Edison’s word list write 5 random words write 1st word that comes to mind after each word use 2nd word as springboard for next round (do 5 rounds)
  96. 96. Remote Association Test http://www.remote-associates-test.com/ 3 cue words linked to a 4th opera / hand / dish
  97. 97. Remote Association Test http://www.remote-associates-test.com/ 3 cue words linked to a 4th shine / beam / struck
  98. 98. “art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life” get in a creative habit - Pablo Picasso
  99. 99. low barrier of entry points
  100. 100. curriculum-themed photo-a-day challenge
  101. 101. Multi-media STUDIO in the pocket try a Wonder Walk
  102. 102. mindfulness being “present”
  103. 103. @michelrijk Try a one-line drawing of your friend
  104. 104. please transition back
  105. 105. Creativity in Restraint
  106. 106. Line / Carrot Game
  107. 107. @austinkleon Dichotomies
  108. 108. synopsize synthesize ESSENTIALIZE
  109. 109. Picasso’s Exercise: used at Apple
  110. 110. 6 word stories
  111. 111. 6 word memoirs: shawn budlong, 13
  112. 112. condensed shakespeare, mya gosling
  113. 113. 5 card flickr by @cogdog
  114. 114. synthesis: emoji story “emojiliterate”?
  115. 115. @thebriefbox signage for art gallery coffee cup design carbon footprint infographic e-commerce web page redesign gmail UI layout example briefs
  116. 116. Creativity as
  117. 117. book spine poetry
  118. 118. Creativity as
  119. 119. blackout poetry (magazine)
  120. 120. @austinkleon
  121. 121. William Burroughs “cut up method”
  122. 122. ipad Paper 53 + magazine + Instagram filter
  123. 123. cut-up poetry @ajaved22 “revolution is to transform understanding with disruptive learning”
  124. 124. escape the VISE OF DOUBT (also the “vice” of doubt)
  125. 125. the worst enemy of creativity is self doubt - Sylvia Plath
  126. 126. is often just IMAGINATION taking a wrong turn… @austinkleon
  127. 127. cultivate a creative space.. build your “woodshed”
  128. 128. Environment: Graffiti Wall
  129. 129. restaurant row, Finland encourage creativity in unexpected places
  130. 130. thoughtfully consider every space as creative space
  131. 131. environment: student art Celebrate and Immerse
  132. 132. Transparency and Empathy (behind my classroom desk)
  133. 133. go (best colour for inspiring creativity)
  134. 134. sharpies dry erase markers coloured pencils coloured markers scissors glue sticks design kits Mise en Place
  135. 135. Mise en Place
  136. 136. math class, Punahou School
  137. 137. environment: creative curation
  138. 138. “group” “team”
  139. 139. The Studio collaborating planning/ brainstorming developing making/doing
  140. 140. teacher troubleshoot refine critique guide The Studio
  141. 141. The Studio Production
  142. 142. The Studio Production
  143. 143. The Studio Production
  144. 144. bricolage is best… …be resourceful Lautrec drew on cardboard scraps
  145. 145. Paper 53
  146. 146. have space for convening with others outside your sphere watercooler effect
  147. 147. Professional Development walkabout? “host” your room
  148. 148. TAG WALLS in the classroom?
  149. 149. I just want to make beautiful things… even if nobody cares
  150. 150. Influences Inspiration Tools Troubleshooting
  151. 151. stages of work
  152. 152. criteria specs
  153. 153. assignment design brief
  154. 154. universal specs?
  155. 155. GOAL demonstrate learning / knowledge
  156. 156. leave a legacy GOAL
  157. 157. make it beautiful
  158. 158. make it unique
  159. 159. make it relevant
  160. 160. make it poignant
  161. 161. make it transparent
  162. 162. project specs roposals rocess ondering (reflection)
  163. 163. Emoji Exit Ticket Affective Data how did I feel about my work or my learning?
  164. 164. tags to contextualize how did I feel about my work or my learning? Affective Data
  165. 165. Reflect (metacognition)
  166. 166. Love the … …What if…? Peer Feedback ( Pixar’s “plussing” )
  167. 167. Make something GOOD every day
  168. 168. “The idea is not to live forever, it is to create something that will.” andy warhol
  169. 169. your big takeaway a question your personal challenge
  170. 170. http://bit.ly/UNOimake
  171. 171. even the tiniest pencil can leave a lasting mark
  172. 172. @amyburvall Critical Creativity in the K-12 Classroom http://bit.ly/intentionCC

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