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Image and Question or Question and Image?


In the “Grow Creativity!” article, Candace Hackett Shively shares four aspects of creativity: fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration. This article had me hooked from the beginning:

The world needs creative thinkersscientistsengineersleaders, and contributing workers. yet research repeatedly shows creativity is schooled out of us. 

The Creative Thinking Challenge prompts focus on areas in all of these aspects and use ideas inspired by many different sources.

I would love for you to participate …

  • even if you don’t think you are very creative
  • the point of these prompts is to get the creative juices flowing 
  • even if that only means letting small ideas begin to trickle out

I find that I get lots of new ideas from looking at the things others have done … and I bet we all interpret the prompts in unique ways.

The best part is that you get to choose how you want to respond to this prompt. And there is no deadline. 

(I post past prompts on the Creative Thinking tab at the top of my blog)

If you have an idea for a Prompt, please let me know!

Creative Thinking Prompt: Image and Question or Question and Image?

Looking at this site and this site gave me an idea for this Creative Thinking Prompt!

First, pick an image …

It can be an image you find online, an image you create, a photo you take, or anything …

And create a thinking question to post on it …

You can write the question on the image

You can attach the question to the image

You can use something like Picmonkey or whatever you want to place the question with the image …





I wonder if you would get different results if you developed the thinking question first and then found an image ...

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