Advanced Spanish Classroom Creativity Exercising (free toolkit)

You can now systematically develop creative skills in your classroom in Spanish. Use this free starter toolkit to make significant advances to individual and team creative skills. It is designed to provide a quick positive experience with systematic training of creativity including flexibility, idea generation and imagination. I invented this toolkit in collaboration with colleagues from Complutense University in Madrid and it has been published in an open access version by CÁTEDRA .

Spanish Gamified Creativity Training (free toolkit)

Need to introduce serious creativity training in your classes in a fun and engaging way. This free toolkit will significantly advance your students/pupils creative skills through gaming. It consists of one idea production game, one idea combination game and one creative drawing game. They are all designed based on historically important creativity research. I invented this toolkit in collaboration with colleagues from Complutense University in Madrid and it has been published in an open access version by CÁTEDRA .

Learning Perspectives on Digital Embodied Creativity Training (free scientific paper)

As training is increasingly digitalised in general education it becomes relevant to evaluate this new medium for learning. This is particularly true in the field of embodied creativity training because of its strong focus on the embodiment of creative skills. This paper evaluates potential levels of competence development when using a digital embodied creativity training program and it discusses the related themes of motivation for and transfer of learning.

The paper finds that while digital embodied creativity training, through its gamification possibilities, might increase personal engagement and motivation inside and outside the classroom, the training should reflect relatable situations to real-life experiences to increase the transfer effect. The opportunity for skills acquisition from distance learning seems paramount, even though digital embodied creativity training may not support all educational aims right now, as some skills may be easier to acquire in face-to-face training settings. Further improvements in technology could change this in the near future. The paper stresses the need for further research on this emerging topic of digital embodied creativity training.

World’s first digital creativity training program (free digital toolkit)

Want to significantly develop your creative skills? Academy for Creativity offers a playful, digital and gamified approach to creativity training. The story line includes an avatar-robot working in an office, and you will need to help this robot solving all the job-tasks that require creativity. The creativity training is free of charge, available anywhere – and at anytime. All you need is access to a computer and WI-FI. It contains 10 fun and serious research-based games. Anyone can improve creative skills with Academy for Creativity. The games practice key creative skills like flexibility, elaboration, fluency, originality, imagination as well as self-efficacy.

I co-developed Academy for Creativity in collaboration with a development team at Aalborg University lead by Kristian Brøndum as well as Patricia Nunez & Liisa Hanninen from Complutense University, Sandra Dingli & Shirley Pulis Xerxen from the Edward de Bono Institute, Chaoying Tang from Chinese Academy of Sciences and Erik Guzik from Vast Learning Systems.

Try Academy for Creativity free at www.academyforcreativity.com.

200 days of creativity exercising (free toolkit)

Want to significantly advance the creative skills of your students or pupils? These 200 creativity training exercises are motivating, energetic and seriously advance creative skills. The exercises are designed to use as teacher instructed activities in classes for about 5-15 minutes per day for 200 days. Each exercise include word-by-word instructions to be given to the students or pupils in class. I invented this toolkit in 2016 and the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship published it in 2017.

The exercises are designed for deliberate practice of some of the most important fundamental skills for creativity including fluency, flexibility, persuasion, originality, elaboration, visualising and imagination, problem understanding, identification of creativity and creative self-understanding.