The SEED Framework for Cultivating Creativity
When More Information Leads to More Uncertainty Uncertainty is multi-dimensional. If we want to build our tolerance for uncertainty, & the ability to live with dissonance, we must first look closely and explore this important disposition.
Harvard Business Review, June 2020
Follow Yong Zhao and Ron Beghetto as they unpack the complex issue of creativity and education here.
Viewpoint: How Creativity is Helped by Failure "The works of highest quality, the most beautiful and creative designs, were all produced by the group graded for quantity."
"Speeding up your Creativity by Slowing Down." How to slow down, look closely, and explore the complexity of this essential disposition.
Use the SEED framework to discover the factors that led to the development of these incredible people and ideas....
Theaster Gates - Learn how Theaster Gates uses the creative process to transform raw materials and urban neighborhoods here.
Vik Muniz - Watch the extraordinary documentary Wasteland that captures design as participation and exemplifies creating with others instead of for others.
Sarah Sze - How does contemporary artist Sarah Sze use the environment to create with light and perspective? Find out here.
Xu Bing - Contemporary Chinese Artist, Xu Bing uses the the creative process to tell stories and design for justice. Learn about The Phoenix proejct here.
El Anatsui - A beautiful example of participatory creativity in action and creating with others. Learn about El Anatsui's studio process here.
#SheLeadsEdu creates space for women to learn from and with other women. I'm so proud to be a part of this engaging, inspiring, strong community of change makers!
Megan Saxelby is an inspiring educator and thinker specializing in emotional intelligence and cultures of dignity. You can find some incredible resources on her site! Check it out!
The Appreciative Inquiry Commons is a place where people can learn, connect, and share ideas about strengths based organizational change. This resource is for educators who are interested in appreciative inquiry, positive change, and stories of impact.
Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva is an inspiring educator, speaker, and author specializing in reinvention. As an educator, Nadya has led over 5,000 people from over 60 countries and 20 industries in corporate reinvention projects.
Help your students understand and develop their creative identities by exploring the 24 VIA character strengths. You can read about the VIA assessment tool here.
Harness the power of questions to build your understanding. Enjoy exploring my question collection!
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