Creativity and Innovation (Ways to Integrate Creativity into Your…
Creativity and Innovation
2.Work Creatively with Others
Relationship to Other Cs
Creativity is closely intertwined with some of the other skills Previously identified.
Creativity and Innovation connect with Communication and Collaboration.
Ways to Integrate Creativity into Your Classroom
Students investigate new process, implement creative ideas, and revisit traditional ideas to create new and reinterpret existing works f visual and performing art
WORLD LANGUAGES-12TH GRADE
Students investigate alternative energy projects in a target language country.
Generating and testing ideas, making observation, and formulating explanations
Identifying a local issue,
Students present finding graphs, charts, and maps
SOCIAL STUDIES-4TH GRADE
Students develop creativity solutions to a class or school problem
e.g) Students interview students, teachers to identify a problem, and group brainstorm creative ways
Students collect newspaper and magazine articles
Resources on Creativity
HOW-AND WHY-TO TEACH INNOVATION IN OUR SCHOOLS.
Imagination, Inquiry, Invention, Implementation, and initiative.
Invention of the steam locomotive in 1814
Invention of camera obscura, which was set in a window.
The Mackintosh, aka raincoat, was invented
Inventions: toy balloons, matches, Portland cement, and the electromagnet.
Invention of the Jacquard loom, the battery, and gas lighting. The inventor of the battery
Inventions: the sewing machine, telegraph and Morse code, revolver, vulcanization,Bicycles, Daguerreotype photography, propellors, wrenches, and postage stamps
Inventions: sewing machine, vulcanized rubber pneumatic tire, the first grain elevator, and the first stapler.
Inventions: the Pullman train sleeping car, named after its inventor, George Pullman. Louis Pasteur developed pasteurization, a momentous scientific advance.
Inventions and advances continued apace.
Richard Gatling patented his machine gun, named after him, Alfred Nobel invented dynamite, and Robert Whitehead invented the torpedo. George Westinghouse invented air brakes, and tungsten steel was first made.
inventions: Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone, Thomas Edison invented the phonograph and the lightbulb, and the first-ever movie was made.
Inventions: Car, and motocycle
Inventions: Escalator, the zipper, the dewar flask, the motor-driven vacuum cleaner, and the roller coaster