Monday, February 27, 2012

Creative process

Sir Ken Robinson defines creativity as applied imagination.  He talks about creative process through which individual imaginations are applied to solve a useful problem.  I agree.

He has been talking about changing our education system to rise to this new challenge.  Education should not be about creating artificial competition among students.  Instead it should be encouraging each individual student to tap into their passion and to think critically for themselves.

I've been a big fan of what Sr Ken Robinson has been preaching around the world.  If you haven't seen it before, it should provide nice sidebar conversation around the power of collaboration.  After all, creative process involves people, and quickest way to get to the applied imagination is through collaboration.

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