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Preparing Your Creative Project 1

How well do you know what creativity is? Demonstrate your creativity by uploading your creative work!

In week 1, we have learned the definition of creativity and differentiate it from innovation. We knew that creativity is something novel and effective to an audience, (you may think of some more words to describe it).

In the last section, you were asked to do an assignment that illustrated your idea of creativity. In this assignment, you are asked to upload a creative work telling us something about yourself, it can be a drawing you make, a song telling your story, a video of you and your pet playing in the park, a webpage of your sci-fi novel, or a photo of your wooden handicraft… etc. Remember, the work should be examined by the criteria of creativity we have discussed in the previous sections. Try to be as creative as you can.

Please upload your creative work in Padlet. Please feel free to click the “like” button on the work you think is creative, and tell the learners why you think his/her work is creative.

Next week we will choose and share the creative works with most “likes” and comments!

Note: the site will direct you out of FutureLearn to a third party website. Image upload format: JPG or PDF, under 25MB.

If you are unfamiliar with Padlet, please read the instructions and follow the steps.

You can always click the “Like” and “Follow” buttons on others’ replies. And don’t forget to check your own replies if someone has responded to your comments. Now it’s your turn to show us your creative talent!

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Using Creative Problem Solving

National Chiao Tung University