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CPS Vocabulary 7th

CPS Vocabulary

Creative An idea is creative when it includes elements of fluency, flexibility, originality, and/or elaboration, and also if it is valuable and/or relevant.
Problem For the purposes of CPS, a problem is any real situation that presents a challenge, an opportunity, or a concern, goal, or wish.
Solving To solve means to come up with ways to solve the problem. For the sake of this class, solving the problem also requires actions, not just ideas.
Divergent thinking is thinking with fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration; analyzing; describing and listing
Convergent thinking is thinking with logic and judgment; putting things together; synthesizing; evaluating
Fluency a type of creative thinking when you think of many different ideas
Flexibility a type of creative thinking when you think of using something in many different ways
Originality a type of creative thinking when you think of something new which only you could think of
Elaboration a type of creative thinking when you’re able to make something better by adding things to it
Type I Enrichment exploring new information about an interest; learning about something new from an expert
Type II Enrichment learning how to do something which is either interesting or necessary
Type III Enrichment becoming a first-hand inquirer; solving a real problem for a real audience
Created by: emyrick
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