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Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsHello and welcome to Week Three of this course in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving. We are glad you're still with us, and hope you've learned and enjoyed your experience so far. Now we will quickly recap what we learned in Week Two, and take a quick pop quiz that lets you test yourself on how much you remember. This is only for your benefit, and if there's something you've forgotten or aren't sure about, feel free to return to previous weeks to check up on it. In Week Two, we introduced you to the 4 Ps framework, and gave you some exercises to start learning how to use it.

Skip to 0 minutes and 45 secondsThe source of creativity was discussed, and the long-debated question of whether creativity is inborn or is something that can be learned, was addressed. Finally, we busted some myths about creativity, and learned that many of these misconceptions stop people from exercising creativity in their daily lives. Take the quiz below and see how much has stayed with you, but remember this course is all about creativity and not right and wrong answers. So if you disagree with one of the answers in the quiz, feel free to comment on it.

Revision & Pop quiz

Let us review the concept of last week. Watch a recap on what we covered in Week 2.

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Using Creative Problem Solving

National Chiao Tung University

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