My latest video on What is creativity? and How can it be assessed?
Great news, looks like Creativity and Culture conference is a sell out event. Here’s some of what you’d be missing: https://youtu.be/vY-emjKO0Ys
Boost creativity in one, two, five, ten, a hundred, a thousand easy steps!
In my experience, creative development is both simple and complex at the same time: which is a wonderful ambiguity very much in keeping with the spirit of creativity.
I’ve spent years simplifying academic creativity research into key ideas anyone can grasp and apply.
At the same time, I’m not a fan of the “it’s so easy” philosophy of some creativity training. Sure, the right principles can be profound (I’ve seen it happen many times), but the complexity is always unique to the person; you’ve got to talk and connect, and understand where folk are coming from to know that uniqueness.
I’d love to see if I can be of help to you. No pressure or hard sell, just a chat; if that sounds good, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll take it from there.
Otherwise, I hope our paths connect again in the future, and if you think this opportunity may be of interest to your friends and colleagues, then your likes and shares, spreading the word, are really appreciated.
All the best for now, Karl.
Universities to use #MOOCs to offer students credits towards degrees http://ow.ly/az2H300WjTq
“Everyone is born creative, but it is educated out of us at school” says @ThamKhaiMeng; check the comments section http://gu.com/p/4tq8x/stw
Creative industry leaders urge DfE to not press ahead with #EBacc plans in @telegraph letter: http://bit.ly/1suNxH1 #BaccfortheFuture
No teaching qualification; no experience in the education system: consider UK Secretary of State for Education? http://ow.ly/bxGt300dhOv