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Teaching Innovation. Alan Dix Lancaster University www.hcibook.com/alan. Ministry of Education mission. “creative thinking skills and learning skills are essential for the future” http://www1.moe.edu.sg/educatio.htm. Ministry of Education desired outcomes of education. “be innovative”

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    1. Teaching Innovation Alan Dix Lancaster University www.hcibook.com/alan

    2. Ministry of Educationmission “creative thinking skills and learning skillsare essential for the future” http://www1.moe.edu.sg/educatio.htm

    3. Ministry of Educationdesired outcomes of education “be innovative” “be creative and imaginative” “be able to think independently and creatively” http://www1.moe.edu.sg/desired.htm

    4. why me? • human–computer interaction • complex (computers and people!) • rapidly changing => innovation • research • professionals do it • academics know about it … an academic about academia

    5. culture

    6. individual community opinion authority culture academic occidental oriental objective reasoning

    7. different disciplines • technology • science: objective, reasoning • invention: esoteric, imagination • fine art • west: inspiration, the muse • east: discipline, study • music • skill, discipline, interpretation

    8. creative steps – the ant • lots of small steps • incremental • evolutionary • convergent

    9. creative steps – the flea • great leaps • unguided • revolutionary • divergent

    10. creativity is hard avoiding crocophants

    11. Professor Alan’sformula for creativity! structure + diversity  innovation

    12. structure

    13. everything in its place • names • taxonomies • dimensions • multiple classifications

    14. using multi-classifications • to spread literature search X

    15. using multi-classifications • to spread literature search • to identify gaps somator other somatelse ? thing-amibob

    16. using multi-classifications • to spread literature search • to identify gaps • to discover trends ? somatelse ? thing-amibob

    17. ? ? using multi-classifications • to spread literature search • to identify gaps • to discover trends • to uncover abstractions somator other somatelse different again thing-amibob

    18. using multi-classifications • to spread literature search • to identify gaps • to discover trends • to uncover abstractions • to synthesise solutions somator other somatelse ? thing-amibob

    19. what and why • what’s good about something • what’s bad about it • why? … avoids crocophants …

    20. diversity

    21. imagination and play what if thinking imagination = looking ahead the foundation of science and technology

    22. random metaphors random using PowerPoint is like playing a violin

    23. bad ideas • deliberately silly/bad ideas • e.g. glass hammer • analyse it • what’s good, what’s bad • assume it is a good idea • car salesman, pretend it is optimal

    24. why bad ideas • reduce personal commitment • fun group exercise • to train critical thought • to inspire good ideas!

    25. plus more opposites …

    26. creative tension • justification & evaluation • qualitative & quantitative • broad & deep • abstract & concrete • deconstruction & reconstruction