Understanding the four levels of creativity can help you assess yourself and your colleagues. In this episode, Daniel Cape explains the four levels and talks about experiential education and creativity.
What You’ll Learn
- The four levels of creativity and examples of each
- The level we judge ourselves on and how that can inhibit our creativity
About Daniel Cape
Daniel Cape is a doctoral student at Saybrook University earning his degree in psychology with a focus on creativity studies. He has over 15 years of experience in the field of experiential education. Daniel’s previous work included U.S. and international camp experiences, a project-based learning school, young-adult transition programs, and serving in the Army National Guard as a combat engineer officer. He started the non-profit EPIC Smiles where he teaches caricatures to children around the world. He is author of the book From Experience to Creativity: The experiential educator’s incomplete guide to creativity and created EPIC Cards which teach and promote creativity.
- Daniel Cape’s website
- Daniel’s book: From Experience to Creativity
- Dr. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
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See if you can identify everyday creativity within yourself and others. Acknowledge the creativity and focus on giving creative feedback.