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學生對 纽约州立大学纽约州立大学 提供的 发现自己的创造力 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

Creativity is an essential skill for the 21st Century that is innate in all people and can be nurtured. We constantly need new and better ideas for almost every aspect of our professional and personal lives. The goal of this course is to help you recognize, develop and act upon the creativity that you already possess. We will accomplish this using three methods: b aware, b inspired, and b creative. Upon completion of this course participants will: Recognize the inherent creativity in yourself and others. Identify characteristics of a creative person that relate to yourself. Develop creative problem solving skills using the basic elements of the creative process. Examine qualities of a creative environment in real world settings. Evaluate an idea using the creative product criteria....

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EB
2016年4月16日

I really loved it! In particular the assignments. I am a creative person, and decided to take this course in order to understand the process and how to help others to be creative in their lives.

RK
2021年1月3日

A good foundation on problem solving techniques. There is a lot of information to get through and the more you apply these techniques the better grasp of the subject you will have.

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76 - 发现自己的创造力 的 81 個評論(共 81 個)

創建者 Patrick M

2021年3月20日

The learning is 5 STARS. But the problems are far and wide, Read the discussions forums to see the problems. The course has been created but there is no maintenance or follow up by the creators. The discussion forum is full of people wanting to have their work reviewed. I would have paid except for the hassles.

創建者 Itsaso Z G

2021年10月26日

It is a little bit old and very focused on prdoucing something material and tangible. I thought it was going to be more focused on exploring our minds. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it and learned a lot.

創建者 Dania

2021年4月8日

need more development and new ideas!.

創建者 Stefaan

2022年1月9日

T​he course did give me some ideas and subjects to think about, but it didn't really look like a course. It was more like a publicity of a real and expensive university career at Buffalo State College. Disappointed.

創建者 Pokhilenko D A

2021年10月21日

Н​еобходимо обновить доступ к данным, проверить видео-ролики. Разочарована техничсеким моментом, который повлиял на желание продолжить учебу.

創建者 Dionysia A

2020年8月20日

Boring!