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Weekend Ed. Quotes ~ September 24, 2021

On the importance of connecting innovation with creativity…

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“All innovation begins with creative ideas. Successful implementation of new programs, new product introductions, or new services depends on a person or a team having a good idea-and developing that idea beyond its initial state.”
~Amabile, Conti, Coon, Lazenby, & Herron, 1996, p. 1154.

In 1999, researchers Sternberg and O’Hara provided the pioneering framework of five possible relationships between creativity and intelligence:

  1. Creativity is a type of intelligence

  2. Intelligence is a type of creativity

  3. Creativity and intelligence are overlapping constructs (they have some traits in common)

  4. Creativity and intelligence are part of the same construct (they’re basically the same thing)

  5. Creativity and intelligence are distinct constructs (there is no relationship between them)

 

Here is a blog post (non-peer-reviewed) on creativity with some engaging design features and easy readability: What is creativity? The ultimate guide to understanding today’s most important ability by Kelly Morr at this link: https://99designs.com/blog/creative-thinking/what-is-creativity/ 

 


References

Amabile, T. M., Conti, R., Coon, H., Lazenby, J., & Herron, M. (1996). Assessing the work environment for creativity. Academy of
management journal, 39(5),
p. 1154-1184. http://people.wku.edu/richard.miller/amabile.pdf 

Morr, K. (2018). What is creativity? The ultimate guide to understanding today’s most important ability. 99 Designs.  https://99designs.com/blog/creative-thinking/what-is-creativity/

Sternberg, R. J., & O’Hara, L. A. (1999). Creativity and intelligence.

 

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Support Documents for Blackboard Collab Ultra Session

Topic: Creativity in STEAM/STEM Thematic Units


TeagueMarkup_Santamaria_Creativity_and_Engineering_Ed_Strategies

I_play_therefore_I_create_Constructionis

Amabile_And_Gryskiewicz

 

PiirtoPyramid

Understanding Creativity by Dr. Jane Piirto

PiirtoUnderstandingCreativity

 

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SantamariaCreativity_and_Engineering_Education_Strategies – not marked up

https://tinyurl.com/May312020

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ January 17

“The most important thing is to hold on, hold out, for your creative life, for your solitude, for your time to be and do, for your very life.” ~C.P. Estes

 

 

 


 

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CCE Hyderabad~~ Thank you!

Special thanks to the wonderful educators, writers, administrators, and technicians at India Education, Council of Creative Education, and The Potters’ Wheel, and the Part Hyatt Hyerabad for your kindness, logistics, technology, and support!

CCE Hyderabad from Dr. H. Teague on Vimeo.

#CurieMeetsCassatt

 

 

Dr. Helen Teague

 

View additional posts referencing the International Symposium on Developing Schools Creatively- click here

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ September 28

I’m reminded that creating can be the most effective kind of learning. lnstead of just analyzing media, students can use those techniques to influence audiences themselves. ~Jeremy Bond @JeremyDBond

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~December 16

This week’s Ed. Quote is in honor of my creative daughter, on her birthday!

“Electricity is not only present in a magnificent thunderstorm
and dazzling lightning, but also in a lamp; so also, creativity
exists not only where it creates great historical works,
but also everywhere human imagination combines, changes,
and creates anything new.”
~Lev Vygotsky, 1930/1967, cited in Smolucha, 1992, p. 54

 

 

Quote Source: Smolucha, F. (1992). A reconstruction of Vygotsky’s theory of creativity.
Creativity Research Journal, 5(1), 49-67.
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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ January 16

The most authentic thing about us is our capacity to create, to overcome, to endure, to transform, to love and to be greater than our suffering.

Ben Okri, Flowers and Shadows

 

color outside the lines

Color Outside the Lines

 

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Punya Mishra has Creativity as an updated research focus

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Weekend Ed. Quote~ June 27

If you ever want to know what a creative person’s mind feels like, imagine a browser with 2,857 tabs open. ALL.THE.TIME

 

 

I appreciate the ideas on this (new-to-me) blog: https://mycreativejourney2015.wordpress.com/

 

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Capstone, AD Reading List

The current Reference list on my Capstone paper is over 4 pages.

of references-

(yes, just the references!)

But I do see an end in sight, and this book is first on my list for Capstone, AD reading.

Creativity for 21st Century Skills by Jane Piirto *

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Creativity for 21st Century Skills describes what many creative people really do when they create. It focuses on the practical applications of a theoretical approach to creativity training the author has developed.

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Piirto, J. (2011). Creativity for 21st century skills (pp. 1-12). SensePublishers.
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