Generation E Institute. Prepared for Consortium Conference November 2-7, 2007. Makes Me Think of:. How to Develop an Educator’s Creative Mindset . Interests, Talents and Abilities. Activity. Take as many sheets as you think you will need for this activity.
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Prepared for Consortium Conference
November 2-7, 2007
How to Develop an Educator’s Creative Mindset
To be effective, brainstorming rules must be followed:
1. All ideas are accepted and written down.
2. There are no bad ideas.
3. Do not discuss or make comments about an idea, just write it down.
4. This is an opportunity for all to participate because no one will pass judgment on an idea.
This item was changed as follows:
It was made bigger, 8” x 10”
Instead of a sliding box it had a door
It was made into a portable microwave that operates with energy from a car’s lighter.
It is large enough to heat a cup or coffee or a small sandwich.
“This curriculum gave my program a whole new reason to exist.” Quote from a career center teacher.
Schools don’t teach the same way children learn…Children seem to learn best when they can explore the world and interact with expert adults.
All can be done from most any location;
why not in your community?
Entrepreneurs are not “Born”….
Through the Experiences of their Lives!
Professor Albert Shapero,
Ohio State University
The Generation E Institute (GENEI)
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Cheryl Peters, Director