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Unpublished Paper
Introduction to Creativity: A Lecture and Curriculum Framework for Students Who Identify Themselves as Creative
(2013)
  • miriam kelley, Buffalo State College
Abstract

This project focuses on the creative person, process, product and press- the 4Ps of creativity as articulated by Rhodes (1961). A curricular framework was developed with an emphasis on enhancing the abilities of those who already identify themselves as creative, specifically undergraduate Freshmen and Sophomores looking to study various fields of Design at the university level. The objective of the framework is to not only identify the innate processes that may have led these students to identify themselves as creative- thereby choosing their major- but also to allow them to recognize, improve and be deliberate in those processes, to enhance their creative environments, and to allow them to see that creativity is transferable beyond their chosen craft or profession. This curriculum framework also focuses on identifying the knowledge-gathering, thinking, and decision-making skills that are the foundation for the type of innovation and problem-solving that is valuable in industry.

Keywords
  • Creativity,
  • Style,
  • Preference,
  • FourSight
Publication Date
December, 2013
Citation Information
miriam kelley. "Introduction to Creativity: A Lecture and Curriculum Framework for Students Who Identify Themselves as Creative" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/miriam_kelley/1/