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课程介绍

The ability to create is often the key skill that differentiates top performers from their peers. Creativity is especially important for lovers of learning, and can turn passive knowledge acquisition into active knowledge creation. How can one best ignite, channel and sustain a sense of vibrant curiosity?

In this dynamic, hands-on course students discover their own unique ways to express their own individual creativity, and how this creativity can be channeled to increase satisfaction and depth of understanding of any subject. The course begins by reviewing the fundamental skills of personal mastery: the building blocks necessary to achieve baseline excellence in any field. Students are then given a short introduction to select tools taught at the Stanford Design School (or "d.school"), including brainstorming and lateral thinking. The course concludes with an in-depth exploration of methods used by great thinkers and innovators such as Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs and Elon Musk.

As for methodology, there will be very little formal lecture. In fact, students will be out of their seats much of the time, learning from their own individual experience and from each other as they collaborate on solving a variety of challenges in the classroom through small and large group exercises, role plays, debates and presentations. The overall spirit of the class -- like that of Silicon Valley -- is active and improvisational, with the intent of having students internalize, rather than memorize, the key concepts of the course in a way that gives them personalized meaning and lasting impact.


这是斯坦福本科前教育中心最近两年新开的课,一直受到学生热烈追捧。

 

区分顶尖人士和他们的同龄人最大的差别,往往是创造力。特别是对于喜爱学习的人,他们可以把被动的知识获取转成积极的知识创造。如何才能点燃,贯通和维持充满活力的好奇心?在本课程,学生将会学习如何利用自己独特的方式来表达个人的创造力,和如何引导这种创造力来提高对任何学科认知的深度和满意度。

 

本课程首先评论个人能力的基本技能:在任何领域达到卓越所需的构建基块。然后介绍基于斯坦福大学设计学院 D学院)的思考工具,包括头脑风暴和横向思维。最后对伟大的思想家和发明家例如爱因斯坦、乔布斯等常用的探索方法进行深入研究。

 

这个课程没有长时间的讲课。一开启,教授会让大家站起来用Tuki-Tuki游戏互相认识问好。事实上,大部分时间学生都不会坐在椅子,而是不停的单独或与同学一起动手做练习,通过角色扮演、辩论和陈述来应对一系列的挑战。这包括最简单的画圈填色游戏,到设计椅子、背包、研究数学原理,讨论如何既快且慢地思考,打破10个常规等等。这门课堂是充满硅谷精神 — “活跃的、 即兴的 它帮助学生把知识内在化,而不是背诵,这样学生才可以拥有个性化的演变和维持长远效果。

课时列表
  • 本次开课

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  • 开课:07月06日 00:00

    结束:07月10日 00:00

任课老师
  • Gary Antonick is currently a Visiting Scholar and Senior Researcher at Stanford University, where he teaches creative problem solving. His research focuses on the distinct thinking tools used by effective research mathematicians. Mr. Antonick is also the logic puzzle editor at The New York Times, for which he hosts the popular blog Numberplay.

    In addition to his interest in academic research, Mr. Antonick believes that innovative thinking is the key to long-term business success. A former director of Gap International, where he led corporate strategy for over five years, Mr. Antonick has also served as an executive adviser for a number of successful companies.

    After graduating with a degree in engineering (honors) from the University of Michigan, Mr. Antonick received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

    Gary Antonick 是斯坦福大学的访问学者和高级研究员,并且开课教授创造力和困难解决方法。他的研究主要集中数学研究家所使用独特的思维工具。Antonick 先生也是纽约时报逻辑版的编辑,他在该报上主持裨受欢迎的博客Numberplay

     

    除了在学术研究的兴趣,Antonick 先生认为创新思维是企业长期成功的关键。他之前是美国衣服零售巨头GAP国际的董事,统领企业战略五年多,另外 Antonick先生也是数家成功企业的执行顾问。

     

    Antonick先生拥有美国密歇根大学工程 (荣誉) 学士,和哈佛商学院MBA