Creative Intelligence Catalyser consists of six, weekly, two-hour interactive online-facilitator-led sessions, with UTS TD School’s, Barbara Doran.
The microcredential will cover:
How to engage divergent thinking and ground new ideas in practical action by taking a journey that explores:
- The value of play and how it fosters creativity
- The art of thinking fast and questioning
- Mobilising the power of visualisation
- Harnessing communication as a research lens
- Engaging with scale to find new perspectives.
- Grounding insights through stories, metaphor and collective meaning.
Participants will also work collaboratively in teams to apply practices and skills to real-world problems, as well as engage with readings and reflections throughout the course.
This course will blend online workshops, ethnographic and ‘life as a lab’ experiments, interactive tools, discussion boards and a suite of curated resources.
Over the six weeks of the course, participants can expect a time commitment of approximately 10 hours per week, consisting of:
- 2 hours of an online face-to-face workshop
- 2-3 hours case study exploration and group work
- 2-3 hours per week reading and reflection
- 2-3 hours per week assessments.