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Dr. Kevin Stolarick. Sept. 18, 2012. Standard Timing. Time. Activity. Quiz Peer Grading Group Discussion Questions/Answers Announce Selected Question to Class Break Discuss Questions in Class. 3:10-3:20 3:20-3:25 3:25-3:45 3:45-3:50 3:50-4:00 4:00-5:00. Quiz Seating. 10. 9. 8.

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Dr kevin stolarick

Dr. Kevin Stolarick

Sept. 18, 2012


Standard timing

Standard Timing

Time

Activity

Quiz

Peer Grading

Group Discussion Questions/Answers

Announce Selected Question to Class

Break

Discuss Questions in Class

3:10-3:20

3:20-3:25

3:25-3:45

3:45-3:50

3:50-4:00

4:00-5:00


Quiz seating

Quiz Seating

10

9

8

7

5

4

6

1

2

3

Front Table


Quiz questions

Quiz Questions

  • How is regional creative/innovative output usually measured?

  • Not counting agriculture, Florida divides the workforce into what 3 classes?

  • Employing a creative workforce

    requires what?


Grading process

Grading Process

  • Switch within group (#)

    • NOT each other

    • All pass left or right

  • “Graded By”

  • Quiz Answers

    • 2 points completely correct

    • 1 point “mostly” correct

    • 4 points for reasonable exam question

  • Total Score Upper Left


Quiz answers

Quiz Answers

  • How is regional creative/innovative output usually measured?

    • Patents

  • Not counting agriculture, Florida divides the workforce into what 3 classes?

    • Creative, Service, Working

  • Employing a creative workforce requires what?

    • Flexibility (any good answer is OK)


Pick your favourite question

Pick Your Favourite Question

  • Within your group

  • Discuss each question

  • Pick group’s favourite

    • Your selection makes it eligible for use

    • Mark with a big star

  • Person never announced before

    • Announce selected question

  • Turn in all cards before break


Break

Break

10 Minutes


Selected questions

Selected Questions

And Answers


Selected questions1

Selected Questions

  • In what ways do creativity and organization compliment and contradict each other?

  • Some management in the creative sector overrates money as a motivating factor for work. What are 2 other key factors that tend to be more important for creative workers?

  • How will hypermobility affect the quality and types of jobs people will be able to attain?


Selected questions2

Selected Questions

  • It has been stated that creativity and intelligence are two different things. What is the difference?

  • Why do members of the creative class prefer artistic careers like hair dressing over better paying and more secure jobs like machinist?

  • To what extent do intellectual property rights and patent rights constrain the productivity of the creative class?


Selected questions3

Selected Questions

  • Comment on this quotation of Wertheimer: Creativity is the process of destroying one’s gestalt in favor of a better one.

  • What are Simonton’s 4 key characteristics of the times and places where creativity flourishes most?

  • How important is place/location in this new creative economy?

  • How has the work environment accepted the rise of the creative class and what changes had to be made?


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