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    Creativity
     and the
    Design Process
    Essentially, the design process is a creative, problem-solving process.
    The designer is similar to the laboratory scientist, tending to experiment, collect ideas, techniques, and skills through experimentation.
    New learning will develop through experimentation and expansion of creativity: the ability to see connections and relationships where others have not. Studies have shown that creative individuals are more spontaneous, expressive and are not afraid to explore something new. It is possible to develop one's ability to think intuitively and creatively.
    Brain boosting activities exercised in this class are intended to expand the flexibility of creative thinking skills.
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    Quick Draw with Google  Can a neural network learn to recognize doodles? You can help teach it and assist in this "Artificial Intelligence" Project!
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    Weave Silk  explore symmetry as you control and direct the creation of symmetrical patterns. No rotational symmetry creates one line; higher rotational symmetry settings create multiple, symmetrically drawn lines.
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    Google Doodles  explore the interactive doodles archive.
    New doodles are always popping up.
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    Invention at Play  Explore & experiment with Tinker Ball, a simple machine interactive.
    Can you provide more than one path for the ball to take to reach the container?
    Discover numerous solutions to solve a problem and get tinker ball to land in the cup.
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    Simple Machines at Work
    Join Twitch and his friend on a night mission in the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry to find some needed spare parts for a robot. Pay attention because too much force will exhaust Twitch.
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    Prodigy
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    ABCya
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    Knucklebones
    A game played by children in ancient Greece. Attention to detail and critical thinking skills are required to succeed. Try your hand at Knucklebones
     
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Last Modified on October 25, 2017