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Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsHello and welcome back to your Future Learn course in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving! In Week Three you were introduced to mind mapping, and asked to map out a particularly complex topical issue. We also touched on subjects such as creative problem solving, and the stages in which the creative process occurs. Third, we analysed the differences between creative and critical thinking, and how you can use both to your advantage. I would like to urge you to take the quiz below, and flip back through last week’s material if anything is unclear. Since this is the last week of the course, this is an opportunity to test and reflect on everything you have learned.

Skip to 0 minutes and 56 secondsRemember that your opinion is always warmly welcomed, so do comment if you feel differently than the answers provided to the quiz.

Review & Pop Quiz

This week, we will introduce the other tools: brainstorming and brainwriting. Before the topic, let’s review the mind mapping projects we did last week.

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