How Does Creative Training Support the Development of New Ideas?

How does creative training support the development of new ideas?

By Diti Avdar Yeger

The essence of creative thinking is the ability to look at problems and situations from a new perspective, to suggest unconventional solutions and to develop new ideas and concepts.

Observing from a new perspective evokes new thoughts about the same familiar landscape.

In Dya’s The Art of creative Thinking™ creative training workshops, we practise generating new ideas by dealing in a hands on manner through thinking and creative actions using visual tools.  The creative training enriches and inspires, helps to observe our reality from new and surprising points of view and leads us to new and growing insights.

Diti Advar-Yeger Is The Content And Creative Director For Dya Australia.  Since 1999, She Has Developed And Facilitated Programs For Creative Thinking Amongst Gifted Students And Adults Through Dya Israel.  She Has Also Developed And Lead Courses And Workshops For Children, Adolescents And Adults At The Israel Museum In Jerusalem.
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