Creativity

Combined Concurrent

How To Develop Inbox, Outbox, and Newbox Creative Thinking Skills

Friday, November 10
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: 208 A

Creativity is the process of making something unique and useful, and the successful result of this process is innovation. Innovation requires inbox, outbox, and newbox (ION) thinking skills. Based on Kim’s research-based framework (in The Creativity Challenge: How We Can Recapture American Innovation), this panel discussion focuses on how to develop ION thinking skills, addressing (a) how to use inbox thinking skills to develop expertise and critical thinking; (b) how to develop outbox thinking skills such as fluid, flexible, and original thinking; and (c) how to develop newbox thinking skills such as synthesis, transformation, and promotion.

Kate H. Guthrie, M.Ed.

PhD Student
University of Georgia

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Clay Martin

Ph.D. Student
The College of William & Mary

After a ten year career in the performing arts as an actor, playwright, and singer, I attained a dual Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy. I am currently a doctoral student in Counselor Education at the College of William & Mary. Far from leaving my former inclinations behind, I've brought my creative energies into play with all of my therapeutic and scholarly endeavors. I am particularly passionate about working with youth clients who present with severe emotional disturbances and anger management issues. I have worked as an in-home youth and family therapist, and have cultivated substantial experience in substance abuse treatment for youth clients. I am also interested in the development and advancement of postmodern and creative approaches to counseling. I have given multiple presentations at the American Counseling Association's annual conferences, and I am the co-author of multiple articles on the subjects of postmodern counseling philososphy.

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Noel G. Williams

Ph.D. Student
The College of William & Mary

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Sue Hyeon Paek

Ph.D. Student
The University of Georgia

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Hang Eun Lee

Researcher
Dallas Korean School

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KH Kim

Associate Professor
College of William & Mary

Dr. KH Kim is a professor of creativity and innovation at the College of William & Mary. She discovered “The Creativity Crisis” in 2010 and authored its solution, "The Creativity Challenge: How We Can Recapture American Innovation" in 2016. It is intended to help parents and teachers identify and develop creativity in children. She is co-editor of Creatively Gifted Students Are Not Like Other Gifted Students. She is co-editor of Creativity Network Newsletter. She is crazy enough to dream to change the world by ending American standardized-testing nightmares and Asian exam hell.

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