2 thoughts on ““THE WHAT” of IMAGINATION, CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION.

  1. Hi GregGreat post! I very much like the simple, sequential nature of your model and feel there is a lot of merit in it (not least as an easy to use, graphical representation of Sir Ken’s talk). I’ll certainly be circulating this to my networks. Do let me know how you get on with introducing the idea in your school and the conversation and initiatives that ensue.CheersSimon

  2. Nice post Greg.It appears that in order to foster creativity in students teachers need to immerse themselves in being creative. This doesn’t happen by mistake. Teachers need to be given permission and opportunities to explore. In order for innovation to take place school needs to be a place of risk taking, failure, reflection and support. Looking forward to hearing more.

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