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Bitesize Bravery

To think creatively you need to look at things from a new perspective – a different angle. When you do, you see new connections and come up with interesting ideas. Students will learn how to use creative thinking to approach tasks and solve problems in a different way.

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Lesson 1

Multiple Mini-Lessons in Creative Thinking

Students will gain insight into useful resources that creative industries use to think differently and create brave solutions. These resources can be used to scaffold brave thinking across the curriculum. It sounds a bit ‘magical’ but if you practice creative thinking you can become an ideas machine! This lesson covers 7 exercises to practice – try them all out and see which ones work for you.

Included materials
  • Presentation
  • Video by Dave King
  • Lesson Plan

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