This thesis focuses on the design of interactive digital tools for professionals in graphic design and contemporary choreography. It helps in making the teaching more effective. A teaching model is not a substitute for teaching skill. Finally, we conclude with future research directions for implementing the developed approach. With these assumptions in mind, Synectics believes that people can be better at being creative if they understand how creativity works. Differentiated Learning To help students with individual needs in the Synectics Model, teachers can use stretching exercises and graphic organizers to construct metaphors and analogies. The rational aspects of creativity, such as cognitive strategies and skills development, are addressed overtly in university courses, but the non-rational aspects of the creative process, such as intuition and imagination, are often not discussed due to a lack of understanding.
It is related with the interactive roles and relationship between the teacher and the student, and the kinds of norms that are observed and student behaviour which is rewarded. Principles of reaction — It explains the procedure in which the teacher deals with the reaction of the students. How is a classroom like an anthill? Both these two strategies are aimed to provide training opportunities for the development of creativity among the children. En effet, le travail de recherche morphologique, de la forme idée à la forme visée, nécessite de nombreux ajustements incompatibles avec une démarche linéaire de modélisation géométrique. Knotation allows choreographers to sketch their ideas and make them interactive, letting them represent constraints, movement, or a combination. But it is a good tool to help good teachers to teach more effectively by making their teaching more systematic and efficient. The process and the product of creativity exhibit uniformity in all the fields or spheres of life.
They identified 23 models which are classified into four basic families based on the nature, distinctive characteristics and effects of the models. This part of the process aims at allowing engineers to take a step back and consider the situation with a different perspective through its formalization into models : Universal Design Theory Grabowski et al. In 1978 Marsha Weil and Joyce Bruce published three books, Information processing Models of Teaching, Social Models of Teaching and Personal Models of Teaching. Students generate and select another. This model offers the opportunity for formative and summative assessments.
The analogical information of the source system, including source design problems and solution, was mined comprehensively through International Patent Classification analysis and represented in the form of function, behavior and structure. Results showed that experience can significantly increase the creativity of students in the architectural design process compared to the other components. There is, for instance, a corpus of literature attesting to its ratiocinative significance Bruner, 1962; Sacks, 1979 and the significant role it plays in scientific, among other epistemologies MacCormac, 1976, 1983. It proves to be very effective in exploring ideas and generating possibilities. We argue that a specific feature of concepts which we call the plasticity of concepts, i. The second workshop was designed to facilitate participants to enhance these three factors.
Les systèmes combinant des méthodologies et technologies appropriées avec des outils techniques ont démontré leur potentiel pour augmenter l'efficience et l'efficacité d'un groupe de travail coopératif. Cognitive Growth Developmental Model Jean Piaget To develop general intelligence and logic,social and moral development. Benjamin Cox, Byron To develop competencies of problem solving and adjustment Laboratory Method Model Bethal, Maine To develop group skills individual capacities and adjustment. For designing and employing synectics as a model of teaching or procedure of training, Gordon made use of certain basic assumptions regarding the nature, process and development of creativity. Social factors like the educational system or migration and multicultural meeting points have an important impact on the development of concepts plasticity. Their corollary to this first step, 'making the familiar strange' is a more valuable design tool, since it challenges the designer's creativity to reassess the ways in which we carry out all sorts activities on a daily basis, then allowing us to choose or modify the places and equipment to improve the design outcomes.
Having such an attempt, it intends to find out in a broader perspective, the possibility that lie in the use of cultural information in architectural design. Initially, this method was used to develop creativity groups within industrial organization. Choose one problem statement for focus 6. The belief is that risk can be anticipated and projects executed as planned. Social Inquiry Model Social Simulation Model, Role Playing Model. Modelling effect can be seen when a teacher demonstrates to a student how to hold a pencil or write capital A and thus shows a new behaviour.
This article studies how organizational practices aimed at fostering intra and interorganizational knowledge transfer, absorption, combination, and conversion interact. The basic teaching model divides the teaching process into four components or parts. Boden 1990 stated that creativity is an unconventional ability to capture the ideas provided by different sources and use them to address problems and explore and evaluate solutions. Modern teaching models The most comprehensive review of teaching models is that of Joyce and Weil 1980. Schwab To develop understanding of research methodology, to think logically on social problems.
Awareness Training Fritz Perts William Schutz 3. Creativity is about constructing something novel or engaging in new inter action. In response to these difficulties, a number of techniques for generating many diverse ideas have been developed in areas such as design, psychology, busi- ness, and engineering. In this chapter, we inspect pertinent philosophical insights into the problems and paradoxes of creation and creativity. The use of the creative behaviour tools extends the application of Synectics to many situations beyond invention sessions particularly constructive resolution of conflict. The first hypothesis predicts that creativity is a potential human capacity which could be developed through certain processes or techniques. On this basis, this research focuses on the generative role of type in architectural design and examines its position in creativity from a cognitive perspective.
Creativity whether demonstrated by the individual on a personal basis or long with members of a group is one and the same thing. Mental processes and language both work together. Gordon and his associates designed a very interesting and delightful experience to the development of innovations known as Synectics. While the name was trademarked, it has become a standard word for describing creative problem solving in groups. A small number of datasets were analyzed, and the results supported this prediction.