Date of Award
Creative Studies, M.S.
Center for Studies in Creativity
Dr. Susan Keller-Mathers
My final project at the International Center for Studies in Creativity applies the Torrance Incubation Model of Learning, Creative Problem Solving, Design Thinking, creativity scholar George Land’s Transformation Theory, and skills I have gained during my work on the MSc in Creativity. My work herein provides new and useful combination innovations that catalyze creative ways of analyzing, operating more successfully within, and improving upon current state, federal and district mandates and programs in public education. This project is middle school based. The core combination innovations are designed to assist school administrators, instructional coaches, and classroom educators in their daily work in middle schools, supporting them in taking mandated processes and practices, adding to these processes and practices elements from the field of creativity, and catalyzing new and improved, 21st century ready versions for immediate implementation in the school and classroom.
Hall, Jason M. Mr., "From Rocks to Amethysts: Combination Innovation to Increase Student Achievement in School" (2019). Creative Studies Graduate Student Master's Projects. 307.