Creative problem solving is increasingly in demand from employers. How do we foster that type of thinking and grow that skillset in students?
The Princeton University Career Services office has developed a five-step rubric of transformational logic to better understand how to solve problems creatively. Learn how to use the rubric and continue through the development process to the second step, interlude for scanning, which is – a mental state that allows reasoning to gain control over analytical thinking. End with practical suggestions for encouraging this type of thinking.
Following this program, you will be able to:
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During this one-hour webinar, the presenter will deliver a synchronized audio and PowerPoint presentation. Participants will have time for live Q&A throughout the program, and may be asked to contribute opinions or feedback via live chat, virtual polling, and other mechanisms.
Matt Frawley, Senior Associate Director, Princeton University Career Services
Frawley is the senior associate director for the education and programming team at Princeton University Career Services. He was previously the director of student life for eight years in one of Princeton’s residential colleges and a lecturer in the religion department for six years. Frawley received his Ph.D. in philosophy and theology from Princeton Theological Seminary with a focus on the 19th century Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard. Frawley facilitates workshops on a number of topics, including creative problem solving, during which he incorporates the works of Kierkegaard, Michael Polanyi, and James Loder.
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