Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
Introduction to creative thinking and problem solving skills and tools
creative problem solving
Robert Alan Black has cleverly and creatively used the breaking of crayons to examine and discover the conditions for releasing creative energy and potential. Both children and adults respond to the conditions symbolized by broken crayons. After all there is always a kid lurking in all of us. Many very creative people have said that they can trace all their creative ideas back to their childhood. Most of the Japanese experts in creativity place great emphasis on imprinting and ways of making this early learning available. They even use dreams to make this early learning available in creative expression and creative problem solving. They trace many of their innovations and inven- tions to these imprintings.
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