Cluster Career management
Members of the Doctoral Schools
An interactive 2-days workshop/training on the creative process and tools for creativity
In this training we build up knowledge and experience on creativity and the creative process. The purpose is not to achieve a technical or artistic innovative output during the training. The focus is on how to stimulate creative thinking in a group. Therefore we practice a number of tools to generate more and better ideas for problem solving and decision-making.
Understanding the modular functioning of our brain is a crucial factor in how we can (or cannot) be creative.
A 2-day programme with a different focus on each day.
The first day we explore the creative process in an inductive way in order to build up knowledge and experience. We discuss essential concepts, reference frames, beliefs (myths & reality) about creativity, cognitive biases, brain functioning, evolutionary psychology, groupthink, etc. By exercises several techniques to stimulate creative thinking are applied.
The second day we practice a number of useful structured exercises (procedures or tools) to stimulate creative thinking in a group. E.g. brain writing, reversed brain storm, meta plan, intervision, reframing matrix, etc.
Active participation of the trainees is included in the learning process. It is not only expected, it is also the fun of this programme.
Before the training the participants receive a questionnaire to reflect on their expectations and learning points for the training.
Time schedule & Venue
|Course code||Dates 2nd semester 2016-2017|
|CT-1617-04||18 + 19 May 2017 (Thu-Fri)||9:30-16:30||room 5.1 (5th fl), Faculty of Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences, FPPW, Dunantlaan 2, Gent (external link)|
Free of charge for members of the Doctoral Schools
Use the following registration link: https://webapps.ugent.be/eventManager/events/CT Your registration will be confirmed by separate e-mail from the Doctoral Schools.
If the course is fully booked, please send an email to email@example.com and ask to be added to the waiting list by mentioning the course code.
All PhD students; no previous knowledge required
Johan De Bruycker
Teaching and learning material
Questionnaire sent before the start of the programme. Syllabus with key concepts and creative tools.
Number of participants
Evaluation methods and criteria (doctoral training programme)