Out of Our Minds: Learning to Be Creative by Ken Robinson

Out of Our Minds: Learning to Be Creative by Ken Robinson

Author:Ken Robinson [Robinson, Ken]
Language: eng
Format: epub, mobi
Tags: Management Science, Business & Economics, Azizex666
ISBN: 9781907312472
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Amazon: 1907312471
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Publisher: Capstone
Published: 2001-01-01T05:00:00+00:00

In any creative process the focus of our attention has to be right. Although there are always points where criticism is necessary, generative thinking has to be given time to flower. At the right time and in the right way, critical appraisal is essential. At the wrong point, it can kill an emerging idea. Similarly, creativity can be inhibited by trying to do too much too soon or at the same time. The final phases are often to do with refining the detail of the expression: with producing the neat copy so to speak. But asking people to write a poem right away in their best handwriting can inhibit the spontaneity they need in the initial phase of generating ideas. They need to understand that creativity moves through different phases, and to have some sense of where they are in the process. In most situations, trying to produce a finished version in one move is impossible. Not understanding this can make people think that they are not creative at all.


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