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Problem Solving and Creativity
Transcript of Problem Solving and Creativity
Edward Paul Torrance " known around the world as the father of creativity"
for his nearly years of research that became the framework for the field of gifted education.
problem solving/ creativity
creativity problem solving
( CPS )
SiX STAGE OF CPS
remove 8 matches to eave just two squares.
WHat would happen if Human had One more eye at the back of their Head?
fluency refers to the production
of the great number of ideas or
alternate solutions to a problem.
fluency implies understanding
not just remembering
information that is learned.
keyWords _ compare , convert, count, describe, identification, label, list, match, name , outline, paraphrase, predict, summarize.
* TRACE A PICTURE AND LABEL THE PARTS
*OUTLINE AN ARTICLE YOU FIND ON YOUR
*HOW MANY USES CAN YOU THINK OF FOR A
* LIST 15 THINGS THAT ARE COMMONLY RED OR
FLEXIBILITY REFERS TO THE PRODUCTION OF
IDEAS THAT SHOW A VARIETY OF POSSIBILITIES OR
REALMS OF THOUGHT. IT INVOLVES THE ABILITY TO
SEE THINGS FROM DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW,
TO USE MANY DIFFERENT APPROACHES OR
ORIGINALITY INVOLVES THE PRODUCTION OF IDEAS THAT
ARE UNIQUE OR UNUSUAL. IT INVOLVES SYNTHESIS OR
PUTTING INFORMATION ABOUT A TOPIC BACK TOGETHER
IN A NEW WAY.
CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING
THERE ARE A VARIETY OF GENERAL
STRUCTURES DEFINE PROBLEM,
GENERATE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS,
SELECT AND IMPLEMENT THE BEST
WHICH CAN BE FOUND EXTENSIVELY
IN SEVERAL DIFFERENT ACADEMIC
THE FOLLOWING BASED ON VAN
GUNDY (1988'S) DEFINITION IS A
VERY BRIEF SKELETON OF A VERY
RICH PROCESS , SHOWING IT IN ITS
STAGE 1: MESS FINDING - SENSITISE YOURSELF
EX: WOULD IT BE NICE IF.......' (W I B N I)
STAGE 2 : DATA FINDING - GATHER INFORMATION ABOUT
EX: THE FIVE W's AND H , WHO, WHY, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE AND HOW.
STAGE 3: PROBLEM FINDING -- CONVERT A FUZZY STATEMENT OF THE
PROBLEM INTO A BROAD STATEMENT MORE SUITABLE FOR IDEA FINDING.
EXAMPLE: ASKING WHY ?
THE REPEATABLE QUESTIONS AND FIVE W's AND H .
STAGE 4:IDEA FINDING -- GENERATE AS MANY IDEAS AS POSSIBLE.
STAGE 5 : SOLUTION FINDING - GENERATE AND SELECT OBVIOUS EVALUATION CRITERIA USING AN EXPANSION/ CONTRACTION CYCLE.
STAGE 6. ACCEPTANCE FINDING - HOW CAN THE SUGGESTION YOU HAVE JUST SELECTED BE MADE UP TO STANDARD AND PUT INTO PRACTICE.
keith francis mediante
Axl Rose Asa
problem solving and creativity go hand in hand. you need to be creative in order to solve a problem. it is unfortunate, that these seem not adequately taught in the classroom.