Creative Thinking course (4 assignments)

Creative Thinking course (4 assignments)

Paper instructions:
Course Description
The course focuses on the art and science of creative thinking.

Required Text
Seelig, T. (2012). InGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity. HarperOne.

Assignments (4)
Discussion Board Sessions: You must post at least two posts for each discussion session to receive
full credit.

? Original posts: Original posts to each discussion session should be a minimum of 300 words.
This requirement helps promote writing that is both thorough and yet concise enough to permit
other students to read all the posts. First person is allowed in your posts. Original posts will be
due by midnight CST on Tuesdays.
? Interaction posts: Not everyone has the same opinions, ideas and/or backgrounds;
therefore, you are to reply to at least one original thread by your classmates. The interaction
post should be at least 150 words. Interaction posts will be due by midnight CST on Thursdays.

Ch. 1-3 + Elizabeth Gilbert’s TED Talk “Your elusive creative genius”

Read Ch. 1-3 in Tina Seelig’s ‘inGenius” and watch Elizabeth Gilbert’s TED Talk “Your elusive creative genius.” Answer the following questions about the chapters

and the videos. All videos are posted in the Videos folder on the Course Menu.

Nature of Creativity: According to Tina Seelig and Elizabeth Gilbert, where does creativity come from? How do Seelig’s and Gilbert’s definitions and perceptions of

creativity differ? Do you agree or disagree with their statements and observations about creativity? Please explain your response.
Creativity tools:  According to Tina Seelig, how can The Innovation Engine be used as a creativity enhancement tool? In your experience, which parts of The

Innovation Engine have been most helpful in your own creative endeavors? Please provide at least one specific example.
Application of creativity: According to Tina Seelig, why is the ability to re-frame problems important in a creative process? How do jokes and “unuseless

inventions” exemplify the concept of problem re-framing? Please provide your own example of a re-framing joke or “unuseless invention.”


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