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September 5th, 2008 at 1:36 pm

Episode 2: Introduction to Creativity

In this episode I start to scratch the surface of what creativity is, looking at a few definitions, discussing creativity as a process, the terms left-brain and right-brain, the “Seven Intelligences”, learning and creativity, and creativity in the workplace.

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  • Ella
    2:55 am on April 13th, 2011 9

    I was just reading How To Change the Ways Kids Learn in Forbes. And i have to agree that many schools these days kill creativity. The many number of kids in a classroom, the lack of personalization and the strict guidelines that the school system has to follow, strips creativity not just from the kids but from the teachers as well.

    I have met a lot of kids who have been dismissed by schools as having ADD or below average but who have turned out to be very smart individuals.

    We really do need to reevaluate our school system. Or else, we’ll just keep going downhill.

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    […] As I’ve mentioned in an early podcast episode, you will be more creative in the things that you have spent a fair amount of time studying, and so the October 26, 2011, Wall Street Journal article, Toughest Exam Question: What is the Best Way to Study?, by Sue Shellenbarger, caught my eye. […]

 

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