I have an assignment about Creative Thinking and Learning

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I have an assignment about Creative Thinking and Learning. The questions to be answered about the concept of the Synectics and Lateral Thinking. I would like to receive it by tomorrow (26 hours)

Creative Thinking and Learning Assignment 1. Creative Experiencing (25) A key component of analogical thinking is making connections be alert for “meaningful coincidences” or “synchronicity,” a term coined by Carl Jung to explain how apparently unrelated events appear can appear to have a meaningful, causal relationship (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synchronicity). According to the film we viewed in class, "Creativity: The Human Resource," synchronicity is analogous to "using chance." Jung believed … “when we’re open, responsive, and attentive to both the world around and the world within, we set up an environment that welcomes synchronicity. Then we may find synchronicity occurring every day, in the most ordinary of places: on the telephone, at the office, at the grocery store or shopping mall, in the library, at school, in the car.” http://www.flowpower.com/understanding_synchronicity.htm Think… have you EVER experienced synchronicity? Or has someone you know described an experience you would consider to be synchronous? Or have you seen it used in a film? Read it in a book? Describe it here: Synchronicity Experience How you felt For the next few days, be on the alert for synchronicity. You will have a chance to report on your experiences (and/or attempts!). 2. Reading Responses: Based on ALL of the resources in the Synectics folder (30) Please see attached file (synectics resources) Use the chart below to list questions and/or confusions about synectics. Resources are numbered, so you need only to list the pertinent number. You do NOT need to include a question/confusion for EACH resource! AND you can list several resources that sparked the same question for you. This is only so that I can see more specifically the content from which your question/confusion emanated. Resource questions and/or confusions Number 3. Reading Response (30) 1. Read the chapter (9) and power point. Review at least one of the videos. Please see attached files (Chapter9.pdf+ Lateral Thinking Introduction.ppt) Name the video: Using the 6 hats for decision making option 2 Please watch the video: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJmoq1R3KVc&feature=youtu.be) Here is the link that can explain How to use the 6 hats: http://valuebasedmanagement.net/methods_bono_six_thinking_hats.html In what ways did it enlighten your understanding about Six Hats or Lateral Thinking? (feel free to write “none,” but make sure to explain your judgment.) 2. Identify a personal OR a professional issue. Use it for the following tasks: a. Mentally “put on” each of the six hats. Think about the last version of the problem statement you developed through Creative Problem Solving. Write down an idea or two for resolving the issue from the perspective of EACH hat. b. Use 3 of the following 6 Provocative (Po) techniques to generate ideas that could help you resolve the issue: Reversal, Exaggeration, Distortion, Wishful Thinking, Escape, Random Word. Write down an idea or two for each of the 3 techniques you selected. 3. Share your opinion - name a few PLUs (Plusses, Limitations, Unique Features) for using lateral thinking (6 thinking hats and Po techniques): Plusses 6 Thinking Hats: Po techniques: Limitations Unique Features

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NicholasI
School: Purdue University

hi, kindly find attached

Creative Thinking and Learning
Assignment
1. Creative Experiencing (25)
A key component of analogical thinking is making connections be alert for “meaningful
coincidences” or “synchronicity,” a term coined by Carl Jung to explain how apparently
unrelated events appear can appear to have a meaningful, causal relationship
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synchronicity). According to the film we viewed in class,
"Creativity: The Human Resource," synchronicity is analogous to "using chance." Jung believed
… “when we’re open, responsive, and attentive to both the world around and the world within,
we set up an environment that welcomes synchronicity. Then we may find synchronicity
occurring every day, in the most ordinary of places: on the telephone, at the office, at the grocery
store or shopping mall, in the library, at school, in the car.”
http://www.flowpower.com/understanding_synchronicity.htm

Think… have you EVER experienced synchronicity? Or has someone you know described an
experience you would consider to be synchronous? Or have you seen it used in a film? Read it in
a book?
Describe it here:
Synchronicity Experience

How you felt

Passersby happened to have a

I felt touched by the conversation and tempted to

conversation that addressed my inner listen to it more.
question

In a movie, a certain baby is born

In felt exhilarated and understood that every

while his father gains victory in the

coincidence has a purpose and reason....

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Anonymous
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