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Daniel Pink: Education and the Changing World of Work

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  1. Linda Conway Correll

    For nearly two decades, I have been teaching a right-brain ideation process I designed, called Creative Aerobics, that allows users to concentrate on process (four mental exercises that interrelate to produce data bases of information relevant to the problem to be solved) that ieads them to ideas they would never have thought of, using their normal creative thought processes.

    To date, my students in the USA and in India have won 179 international, national, regional and local awards for their creativity, using Creative Aerobics.

    I have presented this process on four continents, to great positive response. Yet, I have failed to convince my colleagues on the importance of creativity in the world in which we now live.

    In fact, I’ve been told that grammar – writing accurately -is what I need to be teaching.

    Thank you for elevating creativity to the level of importance it deserves.

    March 23, 2009 at 9:53 pm

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