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Stimulating the Practice of Opportunity Identification. Dr. Kev Hilton. Introduction. School of Design Pilot CGU Content Method Results Discussion. School of Design. More effective use of time Core Guidance Unit (CGU) Metacognitive approach to teaching Individual Differences

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Introduction

  • School of Design
  • Pilot CGU Content
  • Method
  • Results
  • Discussion
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School of Design

  • More effective use of time
  • Core Guidance Unit (CGU)
  • Metacognitive approach to teaching
  • Individual Differences
  • Opportunity identification (Oi)
  • Self-Developmental Behaviour
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Pilot CGU Content

Design is about Creative Management:

Management by problem solving

‘A reactive approach’

Management by opportunity identification

‘A proactive approach’

Not all opportunities come as problems to solve

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Pilot CGU Content

Misconceptions and Ill-Structured Problems, in questions or briefs, can wrongly direct those involved in the process.

For example, we find ‘Lateral thinking’ puzzles typically have:

Key elements

Situational elements

Distractor elements

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Pilot CGU Content

The Car.

A man was pushing his car towards a hotel.

He knew that as soon as he arrived, he would be bankrupt.

Q: What sort of car was it?

A: A Monopoly Counter.

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Pilot CGU Content

Brain Hemisphere Dominances

Left Brain: Right Brain:

Logical Random

Sequential Unordered

Linear Intuitive

Rational Holistic

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Pilot CGU Content

Learning Styles:

Visual

Auditory

Kinesthetic

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Pilot CGU Content

Thinking Styles

Functions:Forms:

Legislative Monarchic

Executive Hierarchic

Judicial Oligarchic

Anarchic

Levels:Scope:Leanings:

Global Internal Liberal

Local External Conservative

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Pilot CGU Content

Intelligence Types:

Linguistic Mathematical

Visual Physical

Musical Environmental

Emotional Social

Spiritual Practical

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Pilot CGU Content

Opportunities for Exercise:

Alternative uses Associations/Scenarios

Twenty questions Lateral thinking

How things work Why things don’t work

Natural phenomena A day in the life of….

Have a go Doing things differently

Magic tricks Analogies

Knowledge transfer Journal or Sketchbook

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Pilot CGU Content

  • Information Management Processes:
  • Filtering
  • Chunking
  • Weighting
  • Distraction
  • Metaphors
  • Dreams
  • Incubation
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Pilot CGU Content

Mood and Motivation:

Arousal: Drowsy - Alert - Anxious

Flow = Challenge v Ability

Motivation = Reward / (Risk+Effort)

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Method

  • Involve the SMG and TLC
  • Develop Feedback Questionnaire
  • Develop the Seminar Material
  • Review Questionnaire and Seminar Material
  • Run the first year of Questionnaires
  • Trial the Seminar Material
  • Deliver the Seminars
  • Run the second year of Questionnaires
  • Collate Feedback and End-of-Year Marks
  • Draw initial conclusions
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Results

  • Feedback sheets evidenced:
  • Negligible reference to the pilot CGU material
  • Comments concerning one particular CGU topic
  • Comments concerning course unit material
  • Much disagreement in student opinion
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Results

Six Years of Total End-of-Year Marks:

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Discussion

  • Value of feedback
  • Value of seminar content
  • Value of seminar approach
  • Value to the School of Design
  • An extended pilot as proposed next stage