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How might we inspire young people to cultivate their creative confidence? read the brief

Idea

UPDATED 10/12: A Toolkit for Creative Confidence Enablers *Help us test the toolkit!*

This toolkit helps mentors of young people, like parents and teachers, understand Creative Confidence. It aids these mentors in creating environments and adopting attitudes which are conducive to inspiring Creative Confidence in young people.
Update 10/12
What's new?
- Some feedback from teachers, more to follow
(see pdf at bottom)
- Overview of what the processlooks like for the mentor using the toolkit

(see pdf at bottom)

- The "What" section below

- Possibility to collaborate with a school in Cape Town to develop and test the toolkit - I'm in contact with them currently; Elaine is in contact with Montessori schools to see if there's a possibility to test it with them too


Want to help?
Share this idea with parents, teachers, and other mentors and share the feedback! (See "Test the idea" pdf at the bottom, and use the google doc to submit responses)

Thanks to all who have contributed so far!
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Update 04/12
What's new?
- A prototype version of the toolkit
- A guide to testing the idea with parents, teachers, and other mentors (use this Form to add testing insights)
- A prototype of the accompanying website

>> Help wanted: Testing the Toolkit! <<
>> Any feedback on the prototype welcomed! <<
(See the bottom of the text for links to pdf's)
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Why this toolkit?
You are a parent, teacher, employer or other mentor. You have heard about Creative Confidence, but not sure how it fits in or how to utilise it!

What is creative confidence? Why is it important? What can you achieve by cultivating it? What should you keep in mind when creating a space to cultivate creative confidence? Or how should you act? What works and what doesn't? Where can you find examples of projects or impacts of creative confidence? 
The toolkit aims to address these questions.

This study http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/31670.wss highlighted the importance of creativity as a crucial factor for success in the near future, especially in an increasingly complex world. It is against this background that this toolkit is framed. 

Who?
The stakeholders who can impact the way creative confidence is cultivated in young people. It is aimed at parents, teachers, employers, and other mentors. We want to empower the stakeholders in the lives of young people so that THEY can feel confident in instilling creative confidence! 

The toolkit will have activities for mentors of young people aged roughly 12 - 18; as this is a very vulnerable time for young people and their creative confidence. 

How
To convince mentors that Creative Confidence is important and why it plays a role, it will be framed against a backdrop of the importance of Creative Confidence in the workplace, thus focusing on it as an important skill for the future of young people. It will draw from recent studies showing this importance.

What?
The toolkit will provide:
  1. A short introduction to Creative Confidence and why it is important
  2. A first activity for mentors to assess their current environment and attitudes to see how conducive they are to inspire Creative Confidence
  3. Categorised sets of activities for mentors to change their attitudes and environments which can be followed in a non linear way to suit their needs.
  4. A supplementary website which acts as a connecting and sharing platform for mentors.

Other elements to beincorporated includes:

- Success stories of otherteachers / parents / mentors who inspired Creative Confidence

- Creative ConfidenceChampions who could endorse the toolkit

- Video lectures / activities


Thank you to contributors so far:
Everyone who has commented, tested, and contributed through google forms
My, Elodie, Louise for brainstorming the initial idea
James' Founders Dictionary from a previous challenge
*New* Refinement question: What will the future look like with your idea in it?
This toolkit can play an active role in affecting the attitudes of the mentors influencing young people. This is an important step in inspiring young people to cultivate their creative confidence. With the support of these mentors, young people in the future will be bolder and will see creative confidence as an important tool to shape their futures. The fact that the toolkit will be live and adaptable to different contexts by the people IN those contexts, makes it even more powerful as it is adaptable and can be updated and kept current.
In this challenge, we want to create ideas with young people, not for them. Outline how you’re planning to involve young people or other end-users (parents, teachers, etc) in designing, iterating or testing your idea during the Ideas phase.
Teachers, parents, mentors etc: - Key in testing prototypes of idea - Need to be consulted to find out what they know, their views and attitudes towards CC - Experiences can be documented - Their questions &amp; uncertainties should inform the content - Input for format and needs must be gathered - Active role on website - contribute and share experiences, resources, tips, and insights Young people: - Could be interesting to find out how they feel their creative confidence is stifled by mentors, how mentors could act different to prevent this - Examples of creative confidence boosting activities can be gathered to be incorporated - Key in testing activities from toolkit to see effects on young people
How might you envision your idea spreading across geographies or cultures so that it inspires young people around the world to cultivate their creative confidence?
Once the core toolkit is created, it will be available for adaptation. This means anyone can recreate it or use the foundation to build on - this gives the possibility for country or region specific toolkits to be created by the users themselves with appropriate content and language for the context. The website will have a forum section in which discussions for appropriation can be held, or in which users from specific regions can discuss what works and what doesn't. Also featured on the website is a wiki section which gives the possibility for more in depth theory which may also include region specific information, also editable by the users themselves.
What skills, input or guidance would you like to receive from the OpenIDEO community to help you build out or refine your idea further?
*NEW* - Test the prototype! Downloads at bottom of idea. - Further prototyping advice - how can we involve the mentors as well as young people in creating the toolkit and testing it ------------------------------------------------------------------ Any further input and feedback from the OpenIDEO community is welcomed - how can we take this idea forward? How do we effectively create and test the toolkit?

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Kağan Rüstem

January 20, 2014, 05:57AM
Love the concept, has many interesting elements to it that really captured me. Look forward to seeing how this pans out!
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Saskia Baard

January 20, 2014, 13:06PM
Hi there, thanks! We're busy with a plan to develop this idea further, and will keep the community updated about the progress :-)

Meena Kadri

January 20, 2014, 21:58PM
Great to hear, Saskia. And when you're ready to share an update, you can post it over on our new challenge Impact page: http://ideo.pn/cc-impact We're looking forward to hearing how things are going!

Michael Woods

January 04, 2014, 16:22PM
Great toolkit! The presentation is very well done and will go a long way towards making this useful and attractive.

Jason Heisserer

December 28, 2013, 04:55AM
I am interested in how I an support the development and testing of this toolkit. I am a middle school principal in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and I believe I will have teachers and students interested in this work.
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Saskia Baard

December 29, 2013, 21:00PM
Hi Jason, great to hear from you. I am currently working on how to taking the idea further and considering different ways of testing and prototyping it. I will keep you updated, it would be great to have you involved as a pilot school for the toolkit, or even earlier as collaborators on developing the content. Will keep you updated!

Mandy Pichler

December 18, 2013, 17:08PM
Congratulations, Saskia! I am so excited for you. If there is anything I can assist you with moving forward just let me know.

Congratulations, again!
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Saskia Baard

December 29, 2013, 20:13PM
Thanks Mandy, I will continue to try and update the idea here as well and will shout if there is anything, thanks!
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élodie soler

December 18, 2013, 15:03PM
Winning concept, congratulations Saskia !!!!!!!

Hao Dinh

December 17, 2013, 22:48PM
Saskia, congrats on being selected as one of the winning ideas. Love the toolkit!
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Saskia Baard

December 29, 2013, 20:12PM
Thanks Hao, and thanks for your input, coordination, and highlights along the way!

Michelle Weiler

December 17, 2013, 22:31PM
Great idea! Congratulations!

belen rodriguez lorente

December 16, 2013, 16:40PM
Great idea, and great visuals; they explain really well the concept. Good work!! =D

Mandy Pichler

December 10, 2013, 20:42PM
New link to the "Grant Writing - Advice from the Trenches" document! This one should work, fingers crossed:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_wsTrSxUjAYdEYwOGZwbDAwZ2s/edit

Mandy Pichler

December 10, 2013, 16:21PM
Hi Saskia,

Congrats on the fantastic submission!

I just wanted to let you know that I created a document, which could be called Volume I, regarding grants. I've been having a difficult time posting it/uploading the google doc but I do have a link on my profile page for: "Grant Writing - Advice from the Trenches".

You should be able to access the link on my profile though I believe it brings you to my google drive. . .but it's there for you to peruse! Hopefully, it will help you secure some funding for your awesome program!

Best,
Mandy
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Saskia Baard

December 10, 2013, 16:31PM
Hi Mandy, thanks, this sounds great, but can't access the file from your profile - did you use the correct link? (in the document > file&gt; share > copy link)?

Mandy Pichler

December 10, 2013, 16:42PM
oh shoot. thanks for letting me know, saskia. let me try again. it worked for me. . hmmm. ..

i'll work on it!

Mandy Pichler

December 10, 2013, 16:50PM
Hi again, Saskia, the link is working for me and another community member. Perhaps try again? Do let me know if you're having problems; I could always email it to you if you like.

Best!
Mandy

caterina vrabec

December 09, 2013, 13:03PM
Hi saskia great job!
I just want to suggest you something related to the section "resources": Edward de Bono is one of the most important expert in effective thinking, he came up with a series of useful exercises for parents and children together. "six thinking hats", I think that if it could be translated more "visually" could be an interesting content of the toolkit.

secondly in the last refinements it has been pointed out the importance of some successful stories (of mentors and teachers) as pilots in developing the toolkit further. think that the points of view of the kids might be interesting, a section where they can tell their own experience, provide exercises for example.

lastly i think that the dialogue between parents and teachers is crucial, facilitate their interaction could make the difference between an effective enabler and a simple interesting manual. So I would suggest you to focus on their interactions during the week, maybe the toolkit could be a good excuse to meet each other, discuss and integrate the sections.
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élodie soler

December 09, 2013, 15:15PM
I agree with Caterina!! :-)
It can be interesting to know the point of view of those who are directly concerned, the young people! They are the final target of the toolkit, and they might have ideas regarding activities or additional informations that we didn't think about!

Furthermore, I think it would be useful to base 'the activities' and the informations that you're going to provide in the toolkit on successful true stories. Gather these informations with questionnaires, asking people who use to deal with fears and confidence: teachers, stage professors and psychologists. I really think that some of them have found their own 'methods' to manage young people's fears and could provide you good ideas of activities etc.
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Saskia Baard

December 09, 2013, 16:37PM
Hey Caterina and Elodie, thanks for the feedback.

Definitely agree with the importance of successful stories. I'm working on a next version with more focus on the content which can be tested, and will try and work this in there.

You are both right in that we should aim to get more input from the young people who are eventually affected themselves. What I am uncertain about is how. Do you have any ideas? I am not sure asking them directly will be very useful, how can we get input from them in a non direct way? Is it by testing the activities in the toolkit and evaluating the outcomes?

Caterina your point on the importance of dialogue between teachers and parents is interesting, and the toolkit can be an important roleplayer in their interaction.
Caterina, I will have a look at the six thinking hats and see if it can be incorporated in a more visual way in the toolkit, thanks!
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élodie soler

December 10, 2013, 12:26PM
How can we gather inputs from young people?
Well, I would say that they are a pretty sensible target, so you could think about an anonymous questionnaire, given out during a conference or a class for example, and gather at the end of it. It could be a way to obtain some informations without facing them directly.

Moreover, a teacher can try an activity with some students (in class for example) and ask them at the end "what did you think of this activity?", "Did you like it?", etc. It depends on the relation that the students have with their teacher (I mean trust, etc), but I think most of the students would answer honestly the questions asked.

What do you think?
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Saskia Baard

December 10, 2013, 16:26PM
Hey Elodie, I think your ideas could work, but I think the next step would be to get a specific school involved so we could make the first steps towards testing these ideas.

I have had contact with a couple of teachers over the last few days, and they gave some valuable input, so I'm updating the concept with their feedback. One school is also a possibility to collaborate with, they already have a very open and creative approach, so they have the experience and understand the concept, so hopefully a step in the right direction! Will keep you updated.
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élodie soler

December 10, 2013, 17:43PM
Yeah okay, that sounds great!

Susan Schott

December 10, 2013, 17:47PM
Saskia,
I like your idea of getting the input of the kids by combining both non-direct and direct ways. I think by allowing teachers to "canvas" the children as they perform the activities, and observe their reactions would be the perfect non-direct feedback. Then, provide teachers with a dialogue, to use throughout the activity, that is designed specifically to reveal whether or not the activity meets the children's creativity outlet needs. And yes, I agree, next step…testing ideas in schools. :) Good luck Saskia. Best to you.

Mandy Pichler

December 09, 2013, 03:55AM
The design of the toolkit is absolutely stunning! The color scheme is so welcoming, the antithesis of intimidating which is exactly what you want: for mentors to be engaged from first sight. Very nicely executed and well thought-out. Props to your design team - and to you for the concept. Brilliant.
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Saskia Baard

December 09, 2013, 16:29PM
Hi Mandy, thanks! Nice to get your feedback. If you know any more people who are in the user group (mentors of young people aged 12 - 17), I would love to hear their feedback. So if you know someone and want to show it to them, please do and let us know what they think!

Mandy Pichler

December 09, 2013, 18:44PM
Hi Saskia, absolutely no thanks necessary. I don't consider myself to be an overly gratuitous person; I meant every word I wrote!

I would like nothing more than to help you get some additional feedback from young people. Unfortunately, having recently moved to a new city, I honestly don't know any young people here yet.

I wish you the best of luck completing the Refinement Phase and you know I'll be watching and contributing when I can!

Best,
Mandy

Vishal Jodhani

December 09, 2013, 00:02AM
Hey Saskia, congratulations! I love how your idea is evolving and coming to life. The prototype template is great and I love the web version that you've put together. An online publishing tool such as http://issuu.com might make it easier to "flip through" the toolkit. Here's a sample publication to give you an idea: http://issuu.com/aiesecinternational/docs/annualreport1112)

And also, I've taken the liberty to include the toolkit as a resource in my prototype: http://vishaljodhani.wix.com/creativeconfidence
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Saskia Baard

December 09, 2013, 16:26PM
Hi Vishal, thanks, you too! Nice tip on using issuu, didn't think about that. Will try it out in the next day or so! If you have further feedback on the prototype and how it can be improved and tested, let me know.
Great, thanks for incorporating the idea into yours! Will head over and have a look :-)

Hao Dinh

December 05, 2013, 04:23AM
Saskia, check it out, your concept is highlighted in this week's Field Note.

http://www.openideo.com/fieldnotes/openideo-team-notes/creative-confidence-challenge-community-champion-update-11/

Hao Dinh

November 29, 2013, 06:59AM
Saskia, I plan to provide another Field Note update on all the Refinement ideas by Sunday (Dec 1). Let me know by Saturday 6 pm EST USA if there is anything you want me to highlight to help progress your concept. Any prototypes completed, any assistance needed, any breakthroughs or anything you want to highlight. You can provide me video or text. I will consolidate. Thanks in advance.
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Saskia Baard

November 30, 2013, 16:36PM
Hey Hao! We've been a bit slow with updating, but will hopefully do so in the next couple of days!

We will be asking the community to help out with getting in contact with teachers, parents and mentors to get feedback on a rough prototype. This will probably include getting some input and feedback on how this toolkit might be used, and also on possible content. We would also like to find out if there are specific needs from these mentors that we have missed.

Thanks!

Hao Dinh

November 30, 2013, 18:57PM
Thanks Saskia, will add your requests to this week's Field Note.

Jeff Nagata

November 27, 2013, 18:58PM
Saskia, congrats again on your idea going on the shortlist! I feel that this toolkit would be applicable to so many other ideas that are also in the refinement phase. I love how it would spread knowledge of proper mentorship to cultivate creative confidence. I think lack of mentors who can guide youth are a major obstacle for many ideas here.

Have you thought about making the toolkit open-source after the first edition is released? I think there would be an explosion of new insights, resources, techniques after people start using the toolkit the first time around. It would be a great way to keep the toolkit alive and continuously changing with new information.
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Saskia Baard

December 04, 2013, 02:52AM
Hi Jeff - thanks! Also thanks for your contribution to the Google Form - the toolkit you mentioned helped a lot as an example to work from!

Regarding open source - great idea! I liked the idea of people being able to contribute to the content, but I think making it open source brings it to a whole new level.
I think this would be possible to do on the accompanying website.

Bettina Fliegel

November 27, 2013, 06:01AM
Hi Saskia. I submitted a form to you! and I highlighted your toolkit in my program. thanks! Check it out at "Calling all Tripsters!"

john regan

November 26, 2013, 14:10PM
hi Saskia, i love the idea of having a creative tool kit

what do you think of using my concept as inspiration for your community forum?

http://www.openideo.com/open/creative-confidence/ideas/createbook/

Hao Dinh

November 26, 2013, 06:41AM
Saskia, I did a prototype of the Electronster idea. During the process, I was thinking it would be a good idea to have a template / guideline that quickly lets people know how to prototype an idea. I've uploaded the template/guideline I used for the Electronster idea (very simple). Thought is people can download the guideline (which tells them what/how to prototype your idea) and prototype. Hopefully helpful.

Guideline I used: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/100096797/Prototype%20Template%20HD.pdf

Guideline Template others can use: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/100096797/Prototype%20Template%20v1.pdf
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Saskia Baard

November 27, 2013, 09:12AM
Hi Hao, thanks for the example - definitely going to try and make something like this for the toolkit!

Meena Kadri

December 03, 2013, 21:02PM
And we were super excited to see this clip on how Hao's simple prototype went with his nephew: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSvoGm7ohqM&feature=youtu.be It's great to see how trying things out with real people, even a small part of a large idea, can lead to deep insights which can help grow the idea further. And how anyone in our community might get involved from their local context and contribute to our global challenge. Nice one!

Bettina Fliegel

November 26, 2013, 06:36AM
Hi Saskia. I had some ideas so I filled out your form and saved it as a PDF file. Shall I email it to you so you can put it up on the site?
  I also would like to ask your permission to use your toolkit in my concept. I would like to build it into a workshop in my program, "Calling all Tripsters", of course with your permission. I will have it up tomorrow.
Is it okay?
 Bettina
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Saskia Baard

November 26, 2013, 09:27AM
Hey Bettina, yes, of course you can build it into your programme! Great to imagine and see where it will be used!
Regarding the form - there should be a "submit" button at the bottom of the form - if you hit it the feedback gets sent automatically. If this didn't work please let me know - then I need to fix something... :-)
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Elaine Cen

November 25, 2013, 06:26AM
Hi Saskia, congratulations on your idea making it to the refinement phase! It's a cool idea and I hope to see it implemented around the United States. I like how you've put the focus on empowering the teachers/mentors/parents to shape their children's creative confidence.

Also, I have a suggestion for the framework - do you think it would be relevant to add a subsection (under What is Creative Confidence) in the Understanding section about how to recognize creative confidence, how xxx demographic generally shows their creative confidence, etc.?
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Saskia Baard

November 25, 2013, 14:02PM
Hi Elaine - thanks!
Interesting suggestion about recognising Creative Confidence - I think this can be really valuable. I would want to be careful not to stereotype though. Maybe it's not necessarily linked to demographic? One idea was to let the toolkit be "translated" by different people so that it's relevant to their contexts. What do you think?

We would also like to think about where to gather information, test, and start implementing the toolkit. You say you would like to see it implemented through the US - do you have any specific ideas for this or for testing?
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Elaine Cen

November 25, 2013, 20:37PM
No problem!

Ah, I agree with you. Where I was coming from was that some people who want to use the toolkit might not have any idea where to start. It might be helpful to include examples of what creative confidence might look like so they have a place to start.

Addressing your second question: I think Montessori schools would be a good place to start since there is so much emphasis placed on creativity and the unique individual. However, to get the ball rolling, I think it's definitely a good idea to have some activities included in the toolkit that teachers/mentors/parents can use first as a base to grow off of or create new activities. Have you seen the other ideas about creative confidence activities?

Also, I'd be interested in helping you bring up the idea to a Montessori school in my neighborhood. :)
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Saskia Baard

November 27, 2013, 09:17AM
Hey Elaine, got it! Yes, examples will be key. I think it's also really important to highlight examples of different kinds of creative confidence, not only the "traditional creative" ones.
Including creative confidence activities featured here in inspirations or ideas would be great, was definitely considering this.
So happy to hear you're interested in trying out the idea with a Montessori school in your neighbourhood! I'm going to try and get a prototyping toolkit together over the weekend, so I'll be in touch!

Meena Kadri

November 27, 2013, 22:28PM
I'm with you on providing examples beyond what's traditionally considered creative, Saskia. We're fond of highlighting that creativity can be employed by a graphic designer, a garbage collector, a geologist and beyond. So it's great to think about how we might give kids a broader sense of what constitutes as creative.
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Saskia Baard

December 04, 2013, 02:49AM
Hi Elaine! I've finally updated the idea with a rough prototype of the toolkit - if you're still keen to try out the idea with the Montessori school in your neighbourhood, that would be great!
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Elaine Cen

December 05, 2013, 18:03PM
Of course Saskia! I've sent out an email to the teacher already and am waiting to hear back from her (she's the director for three montessori schools in Austin, TX.
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Saskia Baard

December 06, 2013, 07:49AM
Hi Elaine, that's fantastic, thanks!

Meena Kadri

November 25, 2013, 06:19AM
We're loving how you've structured your Google doc to encourage folks to collaborate in various ways, Saskia! It's especially awesome when folks think beyond what's possible on our platform to extend their collaboration. Go you proactive-princess!
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Saskia Baard

November 25, 2013, 14:06PM
Thanks Meena! If you have any advice on the structure of the form to make it easier or clearer, would love to hear comments. How would you suggest we encourage people to contribute more to the idea via these outside resources?

Meena Kadri

November 25, 2013, 20:55PM
We thinking what you're doing is already brilliant – in fact I just recommended your approach to others on the challenge :^) We also hope that all shortlisters will be checking out each others posts and getting tips on how various folks are approaching refinement, iteration and prototyping – and adopting methods from each others. That way, we'll all learn, together.

Christopher Rannefors

November 26, 2013, 05:30AM
Meena, thanks for the recommendation! Saskia great idea! Just incorporated a google doc into our team's concept. One good idea for these docs is to have a quick option for people who want to help but don't have the time to go in depth. In our doc. we are asking for detailed game descriptions, but if people are in a rush they can just leave the name of a game and a one-liner:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ifOJX8MdFxhE2LBulW4AHbEmSYkxk2GocgHUiSISdRQ/edit

I look forward to seeing how both of our ideas develop! Good luck!

Meena Kadri

November 26, 2013, 05:35AM
Looks choice, Christopher. Though currently it seems you've set the permissions to View Only. Am sure you'll get contributions once you update...

Meena Kadri

November 26, 2013, 05:39AM
Tried & tested. It works! :^)

Christopher Rannefors

November 26, 2013, 05:41AM
fixed : ) Thanks!

Daniel Martinez da Cruz

November 24, 2013, 21:42PM
hey there great idea! do you think we could colab a bit?

 heres my idea if youd like to take a look?

http://www.openideo.com/open/creative-confidence/ideas/the-5-senses-project/

Meena Kadri

November 25, 2013, 06:15AM
Great that you're keen to join in, Daniel! Take a look at the awesome form that Saskia has added to her post which let's you select how you'd like to collaborate.
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Saskia Baard

November 25, 2013, 14:14PM
Hey Daniel, thanks! Like Meena said - you can always use the form to contribute ideas or ideas for content for the toolkit! Or if you have other ideas of how we could collaborate, let me know :-)

Sabine Kuznik

November 23, 2013, 21:05PM
Saskia, a great way you already went so far. A great and helping idea. Do you think examples on how to inhibit and how to support creativity among young people can help?
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Saskia Baard

November 25, 2013, 14:16PM
Hi Sabine! Yes, definitely think so. I think giving examples of what doesn't help creativity is also valuable. Do you have any specific ideas for this? If you would like to contribute content you can use the google form (link at top of page)!

Hao Dinh

November 22, 2013, 04:19AM
Saskia, love the idea.

Dipti Patel got feedback from parents/kids that providing "customer reviews" and "accreditation" for creativity-based content would be helpful. http://www.openideo.com/open/creative-confidence/ideas/creative-confidence-in-a-box/


Also, I like Yann Hirlimann thought on providing video content.

Hao Dinh

November 21, 2013, 23:51PM
Saskia, my name is Hao Dinh, the Challenge Community Champion. Congrats on being shortlisted. So many good ideas thus I want to make it easy for folks to quickly educate themselves on the ideas so they can focus on helping refine the concepts.

Can you provide me an elevator speech of your idea, maximum 30 seconds audio/video. Or you can reply to my post with text. I plan to consolidate the elevator speeches into one Field Note. (Field Notes are weekly challenge updates; http://www.openideo.com/fieldnotes/openideo-team-notes/creative-confidence-challenge-community-champion-update-9)

My thought is to provide you an opportunity to hype up your concept, ask for whatever assistance you need or provide suggestions on how to prototype your idea.

Much appreciated if I can get your elevator speech by Friday (November 21) 11 pm EST USA.

Thank you in advance,
Hao

Hao Dinh

November 22, 2013, 00:00AM
Oops meant November 22 at 11 pm EST USA
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Saskia Baard

November 22, 2013, 08:58AM
Thanks Hao! Will try my best to get this to you by tonight. And thanks for the tips! I will start updating the idea taking comments into account over the next couple of days!
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Saskia Baard

November 23, 2013, 01:52AM
Hi Hao, here's the link to the speech:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mhwfme58ph4fiz6/OpenIDEO%20Creative%20Confidence%20Toolkit.MOV
and the text:
The Creative Confidence Toolkit aims to empower parents, teachers, employers and other mentors to better understand creative confidence; the value of it; and how they can inspire young people to cultivate it – in a way relevant to their contexts.
Though the focus is on the toolkit, we hope to also implement an online space for sharing resources, questions, and experiences.
We want to ask the OpenIDEO community for contributions to content for the toolkit via our google doc and help in uncovering and understanding the true needs of the people this toolkit is aimed at.

Hao Dinh

November 23, 2013, 04:43AM
Saskia, looks great! Thxs!

OpenIDEO

November 21, 2013, 20:50PM
Saskia, congrats on a Top 22 idea! We have been very excited to follow your progress and to see you create the google doc and survey prototypes. Keep it up! In Refinement, we'd encourage you to keep building out the contents of the toolkit, as well as to keep grounding your efforts in the true needs of parents and other creative confidence enablers. You might also check in with some young people to see how, if at all, they'd want to interact with the content of the kit – and maybe lead some of the sessions themselves! For more tips for this Refinement phase, check out http://ideo.pn/cc-refinetips and catch our Lowdown on Refinement at http://bit.ly/oi_refine
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Saskia Baard

November 22, 2013, 09:05AM
Thanks for the great feedback and pointers!

Thanks for all the inputs from the OpenIDEO community so far. Looking forward to continue working on this idea with the community!

Paul Reader

November 21, 2013, 20:17PM
Congratulations Saskia
Will look forward to the further updating of this concept..
Here is another model utilising simple language on the front end:
"Ask, Try, Do"
This was posted on the Design Thinking Exploration Google+ community we set up to salvage the resources being shared in our course forums
( https://plus.google.com/116319814097161968936/posts/Gt5Aq2YtWS1 )

Ryoko Nakamura

November 21, 2013, 06:36AM
hi saskia - this is an interesting project. i work with an organization that uses an art-based approach as a catalyst for creativity. its basically an art program/ art workshop which is unique in the sense that it creates a framework for children and adults alike to tap into their creativity - and also creates a framework in which children and adults (mentors?) can communicate as equals. Not sure if this concept would link into what you're trying to do but would love your thoughts!
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Saskia Baard

November 25, 2013, 12:42PM
Hi Ryoko, thanks for the comment! Sounds interesting - how do you think we can connect this or use this? Do you think we could mention the framework as an example for how to tap into creativity, or use it as a case study? Or is it a proprietary framework?
Love what you mention about communicating as equals, I believe this is really important.

I'm also wondering - seeing that you have contact with adults in a creative space - would there be a possibility for you to test out some ideas for the toolkit? We're making a plan for this in the next couple of days, so would love to find people to test out some things!

Gayatri Korhalkar

November 20, 2013, 12:49PM
Hi Saskia,
Hapy to have stumbled upon your project.
We are working on very similar areas.. Have a look at the tool-kit for visual thinking.
Would love your thoughts.
G
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Saskia Baard

November 20, 2013, 15:57PM
Hi Gayatri, I'll have a look! If you have any thoughts that could be valuable for this idea too, I would love to hear from you!

Yann Hirlimann

November 19, 2013, 23:59PM
great idea. What about making a video toolkit, for countries where literacy rate is low. that would enable many parents and kids to gain creative confidence bypassing the literacy barrier.

Bettina Fliegel

November 20, 2013, 00:41AM
Great idea Yann! We could use this right here in the US as well.
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Saskia Baard

November 20, 2013, 11:08AM
Hi Yann, Bettina,
I agree, great idea, and not only useful in places with a literacy barrier
! Susan's suggestion example of this site also makes use of video: http://www.theteachertoolkit.com/index.php/tool/all-tools
I still like the idea of a physical toolkit which can be downloaded - how do you guys think we can integrate the two?
Do we have videos online with the same content as the book? Do people upload videos of personal experiences rather than using forums?
Also, how can we make the physical toolkit more visual rather than text based?

Paul Reader

November 21, 2013, 08:29AM
You might find some ideas for the visual appeal of the physical toolkit in these links from the social impact challenge - http://www.openideo.com/open/impact/concepting/open-innovator-a-toolkit-for-in-person-collaboration-/ from Sina Mossayeb and http://www.openideo.com/open/impact/concepting/openideo-design-toolkit/ from Collab Cadre.

Mel + Frank

November 22, 2013, 21:58PM
Hi Saskia—congrats! Excited to see this idea develop. Also think that a video toolkit and/or other visualizations of cc info/guidance is really key as Yann suggested above. Wondering also if the visual thinking recipe book enabler concept might offer some valuable insights as well—at least the ways visual thinking can be used in the creation of this toolkit on creative confidence...
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Saskia Baard

November 25, 2013, 13:43PM
Paul - thanks for the links, definitely helpful!
Mel + Frank - thanks - congrats to you too! I agree visuals will be key. Thanks for the referral to the recipe book concept - that's a good idea!

Paul Ecclestone-Brown

November 19, 2013, 17:10PM
Some this could be based on a simplified version of ideo's design thinking for educators

http://designthinkingforeducators.com/

Paul Ecclestone-Brown

November 19, 2013, 15:48PM
Toolkits are great - especially if the materials can be laminated and presented in either spiral binding or ring binding (if created physically) so that they encourage non linearity in their use.

If you are looking to create something digitally, how about using the collaboration map technology on this site?

Paul Ecclestone-Brown

November 19, 2013, 15:49PM
Also how about including some of ideas from Edward be Bono from his book how to teach your child to think......
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Saskia Baard

November 20, 2013, 11:10AM
Hi Paul, thanks for the comments!
I like your suggestion of making the final toolkit be usable in a non-linear way! How do you think that influences the way we organise content within it?
Also, I've had a look at the design thinking for educators toolkit - it's a great resource! What do you think we can learn / adapt from it? What makes it work, or what doesn't work?

Paul Ecclestone-Brown

November 20, 2013, 14:26PM
how about colour coded corners - for team activities, reflective exercises - active research etc. the resources could be grouped in to where are we at stages in an index. ideally the resource could be mashable into any order then at the end of the session. i guess the best way to do this would be an electronic format, but in paper versions something where the sheets are resilient enough to be removed from binding and re filed, or a copyable set of sheets in a master document file that can be removed and mashed by the users in their own work books to suit their creative styles.

In electronic format how about something that truly uses an interactive white board to its limits - being able to sort activities or ideas in any associative way dragging and dropping concepts and ideas minority report style to create these links

For kids - we need to change the design stages into games - morphing between the design thinking toolkit and the session based stanford innovation pack. The educators pack is now good at this - especially with the work book -

The key for it is that the facilitators understand the material and are happy to play!
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Saskia Baard

November 20, 2013, 15:55PM
Hi Paul, colour coding will definitely have to be part of it :-) I like the changeable format idea, will try and think how we incorporate it. I imagined a pdf being available online for download, which people could print themselves. But the possibility of an actual professionally produced physical toolkit is still there, and then it would be great to have something like sturdy pages which can resits reordering!

I agree with you, in the end we need something that is easy understandable and encourages play. This is why I don't want to complicate it too soon with too many aspects... While I agree that an interactive website could be great, I also don't want that to detract too much from the content. If used, it should add to the content.

Kirk Soderstrom

November 19, 2013, 15:39PM
I find toolkits (and maps) immensely helpful when trying to navigate unfamiliar territory; books can seem overwhelming and time-consuming at the early stage. And generally, these are easily shareable on the web. I like how you included links and resources so that one can dig deeper into topics of interest, and explore the nuances in greater detail.
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Saskia Baard

November 20, 2013, 11:16AM
Hi Kirk, thanks for the comment. I like your analogy of the map - do you think this is a visual we could incorporate into the toolkit? Which information do you think would be most useful visualised as a diagram or map?
Yann suggested we also use video, which made me think it would be great if the toolkit is more visually based rather than text - so that it seems less than a 'book', less overwhelming, and more inviting. What do you think?

Paul Reader

November 21, 2013, 08:09AM
I thoroughly agree - we have several examples and types of mapping to draw upon. Scavenger/treasure hunting as an activity applied creatively; geographic, literary and journey/story mapping to relate experience; and mind, concept and idea mapping as tool options.
Although the ease of understanding and use of the toolkit is paramount many of these things can be ancillary.
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My Ratarasarn

November 16, 2013, 01:24AM
Hi Saskia, it's amazing to see how the idea grow!

I have just read the book call "Change your mind: 57 ways to unlock your creative self" by Rod Judkins. It tells stories of famous creative people like artist, writer, scientist, etc. So, I was thinking in the content, maybe we can feature some tips from famous people as an inspiration also. Plus, we have LOTS of contents we can pick up from inspiration phase ;D (I think it's quite sad that 1112 great inspirations haven't been seen by other people accept people in OpenIDEO.) Also, I really like the toolkit form you made, very easy to contribute :)
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Saskia Baard

November 16, 2013, 10:25AM
Hi My! I really like the idea to have tips from famous / inspiring people!
I agree with you about the amount of inspirations for this challenge and that it would be a shame not to do anything with them. I thought we could feature some of them in the toolkit, because I thought it could be overwhelming otherwise, and wanted to keep it simple. But what if we can have them in a separate section on the website where you download the toolkit and where the forum is on? What do you think?
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élodie soler

November 17, 2013, 11:04AM
Yes I agree. If the toolkit is a book, it should gather essential informations, easy to read and understand, as you started very well to do !
I like the part 'case studies' and I think it would be useful in the book: have a clear example would give more confidence to the reader (like for a parent 'this has already been successful, it can work for me too' .. you see what I mean?) and help to better understand the situation.
For the tips from famous people, maybe you can have just like a 'sentence' of an inspiring person somewhere with a link to the website. It can attract visually the reader, and if he wants to learn more, he can go on the website. What do you think My and Saskia?

Also, regarding the contents of your book, I found this book interesting: Development Psychology In Action, written by Wood C., Littleton K., and Sheehy K. 2006. Among others, the interesting part for this project is that it defines Education in 6 dimensions:
- 'Teaching-learning
- Formal-informal
- Planned-incidental
- Individualized-shared
- Adult-led/child-led
- Process-outcome'

Finally, I found an interesting article:
http://hbr.org/2012/12/reclaim-your-creative-confidence.
It deals with creative confidence and says that 4 fears inhibit creative confidence: 'Fear of the Messy Unknown, Fear of Being Judged, Fear of the First Step and Fear of Losing Control'. We quite know this already but it provides good case studies for each fear.

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Saskia Baard

November 17, 2013, 12:06PM
Hi Elodie, I like your idea of having just a simple sentence, maybe it's possible to use quotes which might be easier to gather?

The 6 dimensions of education sounds interesting - how do you think we might incorporate this? Maybe it can feature in the "Understand"section of the toolkit? Maybe we should do more in depth research for this section. Anne-Laure's Inspiration on Gardner's Multiple Intelligences http://www.openideo.com/open/creative-confidence/inspiration/gardner-s-multiple-intelligences-challenging-unimodal-ways-of-teaching/ might also be useful to include.

Interesting article - I noticed that it was written by Tom Kelley and David Kelley, who wrote the Creative Confidence book featured in this challenge. This will probably be an important book to consult while creating the toolkit.
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Saskia Baard

November 17, 2013, 12:11PM
My, Elodie, I just created a google doc where we can work on the structure of the toolkit. If you want to contribute, follow this link: http://bit.ly/1il2Fxu
Anyone else who wants to contribute is of course also welcome :-)

Paul Reader

November 17, 2013, 12:58PM
There are so many flavours of approach to creative thinking.
I am currently undertaking two courses - one at U Virginia and the other at U Cincinnatti - which, interestingly to me, are somewhat antithetical.
A good basis might well be simply IDEO's HCD Toolkit that they make freely available Whatever is put together needs to be succinct, in plain language, easy to put into practice and non-proprietory.
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Saskia Baard

November 17, 2013, 13:06PM
Hi Paul, thanks for the comment! Interesting to hear your own experience with different approaches! I think that's where the importance of the online forum will come into play - where discussions can take place and real life experiences can be discussed and shared. We also thought we could have empty pages which can be filled in by people using the toolkit with their own experiences. Sonja also suggested starting off with a Jam or workshop of some sort to gather input, which would probably also highlight different approaches. I definitely don't think this toolkit should be completely prescriptive, more a of a guide to discovering? What do you think?

We've had a look at the HCD Toolkit - and I think you highlight important points - short, simple, and easy to implement, and definitely non -proprietory! If you have any further thoughts on how we might keep it simple and easy to implement, we would love to hear your thoughts!
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élodie soler

November 17, 2013, 13:32PM
In your file, in the part Understand, the first point could be: For who this book is made? Like that, people would know directly if they can be concerned or not !

For the quotes, I think it is possible, I often see it.
Yes, the 6 dimensions are well incorporated in this part! Yes indeed, it may be interesting and useful to understand these different dimensions. Maybe the toolkit won't deal with each of them, but the ones that fit the most with the concept !

Paul Reader

November 18, 2013, 14:42PM
I am currently doing a Coursera based MOOC run by University of Virginia called "Design Thinking for Business Innovation".
They have a 14 step model for business innovation but bring these steps under 4 basic design thinking tenets which fit reasonably with the OpenIDEO model:
What is? - Research/Inspiration
What if? - Ideation/Refinement
What wows? - Analysis/Evaluation/Selection
What works? - Prototyping/Implementation/Realisation
supported by expectations that the process may require a number of iterations to reach conclusion.

Susan Schott

November 18, 2013, 22:23PM
Hi Saskia,

You may be interested in taking a look at this Teachers Toolkit http://www.theteachertoolkit.com/index.php/tool/all-tools which was developed through a grant from the US Department of Education, as an aid in helping teachers plan interactive lessons for children.
Although the toolkit was created for teaching lessons, some of the tools used are similar to creative brainstorming techniques with reward scenarios, and teamwork strategies.
It's format may offer some insight for your project.

Susan
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Saskia Baard

November 20, 2013, 11:18AM
Paul - I like your connection to the business innovation model - how do you see this fitting into the toolkit?

Susan - thanks, great resource! I think the format offers insight, but maybe there is also a way to connect this site directly to the toolkit site? So that we use or present it as a resource, rather than doing the same thing? What do you think?

Paul Ecclestone-Brown

November 20, 2013, 14:16PM
Paul, Saskia The Business Model Generation guys have created another really cool visual set up for the analysis of Customer value - its kind of like the Xplane customer empathy map with extras - will dig it out

Paul Reader

November 20, 2013, 15:43PM
Hi Saskia,
In my submission using the Google Form I referred to Tom and David Kelly's definition of creativity, and the definition found in Wikipedia. Both of these include not only literary and artistic creativity but also the development of new ideas. In many cases the general perception is that you have to have a particular flair to demonstrate creativity and furthermore that creativity is momentous. With such perception becoming "creative" is a daunting prospect.
The business innovation model is more universal than business alone: so too are the IDEO models. They all show that creativity in the broadest sense can be learned, that the steps are few and that they can be expressed in different ways. It was the simple language of the business model that struck me and how, with a brief expansion of the four questions together with one or two examples most people should grasp the process of creative problem solving.
Such techniques of creative problem solving contribute directly to one of the goals stated in the toolkit outline namely
"to understand their own contexts
and how to adapt processes that
suits their own contexts in order
to unlock potential"
This can be supported by examples from everyday life, rather than the world changing technological breakthroughs.
I shared a small example with my class.
Mt daughter is a nurse in a public hospital where patients visiting her clinic needed variously to see one or a combination of up to three specialists. The hospital provided appointment arrival times but beyond that the order of consultation was basically for the nurse to control. Some patients had to see the doctor first while others had to see the physiotherapist first, for others the order did not matter. Each patient has a blue form on which the specialist has to indicate the service actually provided.
On her first day my daughter followed established procedure sorting patients just according to consultation order and placing their blue forms in the respective pigeon holes.
At the end of the day she noticed the clinic had run over time and wondered if there was a better way to arrange the workflow.
She and I discussed the scenario (What is?) and decided that being able to allow the specialists to have some way to even out their workflows might improve overall throughput. We discussed a few ways to do this (What if?). From these one stood out as having good potential - flagging the blue forms with post-it flags.After a bit of discussion on which colours to use she took the potential solution back the next day to try out and see (What works?). Now she applies a green note to every blue form that rquires a doctors consultation, yellow for physiotherapists and red for dieticians. Once a particular type of consultation is completed the flag is removed. The result has been a noficeable improvement in the allocation of consultations.
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Saskia Baard

November 20, 2013, 15:50PM
Hi Paul, thanks for your submission via the Google Form! I like how you highlight the simple language - I think this is very important for the final toolkit.
I also really like your personal example! This is exactly the type of examples I would like to see in the toolkit - examples of creativity in the broader sense. Not creativity for creativity's sake, but creativity with a purpose; and like you say, separated from major technological examples.

Paul Reader

November 21, 2013, 07:47AM
Thanks Saskia
Apologies for the length and somewhat disjointed example 3am is not my best thinking time. If it might be useful I will restructure it and put it up as shared material on my Google Drive.

Ashley Jablow

November 14, 2013, 18:26PM
Hi Saskia, I noticed your post is currently unpublished. Was this your intention? We'd love to have it included on the challenge – it's a great idea! You can publish it by hitting the Publish Entry up there on the right of your post (or delete it by following options on the Update Entry button). Looking forward to seeing more of you in conversations across this challenge…
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Saskia Baard

November 14, 2013, 18:31PM
Hi Ashley, thanks for noticing! It was intentional, I'm just updating it and didn't want to lose information :-) Will publish again soon!

Ashley Jablow

November 14, 2013, 18:43PM
I figured as much :) But just wanted to check!

Russell Findlay

November 06, 2013, 18:37PM
Hi - I love your thinking. I volunteer in leading an enterprise group in a school and found the students struggle with the challenge of develop a service or product from scratch - wouldn't we all?

The teacher led them through a creative process which could have been so much more engaging. I have started developing material based on stories of creative thinking, but then came across the Stanford D School and their area on use our methods - I think if people were trained to deliver this, then this would be a great tool to help the creative process - in this area. Check this out http://dschool.stanford.edu/use-our-methods/
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Saskia Baard

November 13, 2013, 20:12PM
Hi Russel, thanks for the input, and thanks for the link to the great resource. This is exactly the direction I was thinking in. It would be great if teachers and other mentors were connected through this platform. For people new to CC, an introduction, and for others, a place to find resources and share stories.
I am in the process of updating the idea and fleshing it out a bit, so if you have any input in the format and type of info which could go into the toolkit, I would be happy to hear your input!

Mel + Frank

November 17, 2013, 00:20AM
Hi Saskia! Great idea and direction to build upon the relationship to design thinking methodology from d.school. Also, thinking about our earlier conversation this morning, and how suitable this is for public school setting!
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Saskia Baard

November 17, 2013, 11:36AM
Hi Mel, thanks! Interesting point about public schools! I think this could be a handy tool for the classroom. Instead of having a specific program or project aimed at creative confidence, a toolkit like this would hopefully help teachers understand the concept better so that they might implement elements of it in everyday teaching, not just a specific project.

Ashley Jablow

November 04, 2013, 19:40PM
Hi Saskia, this is such a great idea with a lot of potential to impact mentors, parents etc who support young people. For some reason it made me think about James McBennett's idea from the Web Entrepreneurship Challenge - http://www.openideo.com/open/web-start-up/concepting/founders-dictionary. Check out how he used the Ideas phase (and later the Refinement phase) to ask the OpenIDEO community to help add and build out the dictionary he was hoping to create. Maybe there's a way to start building out the tools that would go into this kit, even during the Ideas phase? Looking forward to seeing how this evolves.
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Saskia Baard

November 06, 2013, 17:08PM
Hi Ashley, thanks for the input! That's a great example. I will update the concept to start working towards the tools to go into the kit. If you have any further suggestions for how to do this, I would be glad to hear them :-)

Paul Reader

November 17, 2013, 12:45PM
Great idea Saskia and wonderful linking back to the EU challenge Ashley!
I had been approaching this from the in school/staffroom perspective and sought to expand from there.
Your concept gives the necessary breadth to assisting all mentors of young people.
I strongly believe that teachers, parents and other mentors can best assist young people's creative confidence not only by knowing and understanding but also by demonstrating and modelling.This was the thrust of my concept and, I believe of Bea's 'Teaching Parents Creative Confidence', on which your concept is built.
You might also consider collaborating with Sylvia Stein and incorporating a 'build on' link to her complementary concept - http://www.openideo.com/open/creative-confidence/ideas/mooccc-s-children-thrive-when-parents-adults-model-creative-curiosity-confidence/ -
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Saskia Baard

November 17, 2013, 13:15PM
Paul, agree with the demonstrating and modelling! I think through this toolkit it would be possible to address this aspect as well. And thanks for the connections and links to other ideas!

Sonja Heinen

November 02, 2013, 16:21PM
Hey Saskia, interesting concept. The first thing that came to my mind was that it might be cool to start with an empty toolkit. Yup, empty. And then have stakeholders such as parents, teachers, kids come up with the tools one by one. It would be a growing tool kit. So, you could start of with a workshop or jam on CC for example.
The benefits would be that you dont have to spend (or waste :) a lot of time on coming up with a toolkit and then having to test it. Both processes would be combined. Another advantage of involving stakeholders from the beginning, is that they have a strong connection with the tools and I imagine relate to them much better.
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Saskia Baard

November 02, 2013, 16:46PM
Hey Sonja
Interesting idea... I like starting off with a workshop or Jam and combining the testing process with the making process.
On the one hand I like this, on the other hand I feel it should still be curated to keep it as accessible as possible. But maybe the ideas generated by stakeholders is curated?

So the idea could turn into the facilitation of a workshop or jam for starting off the toolkit?

This idea could also be helpful to bring the idea to other communities, in this way the content can be specific to the situation.

Arjan Tupan

November 02, 2013, 10:15AM
I really like the idea of having a tool kit for educators and parents and so on. Maybe you can add exercise descriptions to the toolkit, like rules to a certain game, or how to set up a creative confidence building program.
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Saskia Baard

November 02, 2013, 12:49PM
Hi Arjan, thanks for the comment.
Exercise descriptions is a great idea. We really want this to become a "one-stop" toolkit which can explain creative confidence and guide mentors through exercises, setting up programs - including everything for someone who is new to the topic but want to implement any aspect of it - at home, school, or in the community. If you have any other suggestions for content we'll be happy to hear from you :-)

Brad Filice

November 04, 2013, 04:25AM
Great idea! Maybe instead of giving them a toolkit you give them instructions for contributing to a tool kit. Then you could let it evolve as they find new inspiration and use the wisdom of local people to add influences and make each kit special to the culture or place it is used. Bravo!
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Saskia Baard

November 04, 2013, 11:13AM
Hi Bradley, thanks for the input. Sonja suggested the idea of an empty toolkit - letting the mentors build up their own. While I find this interesting, I like your idea too, of adding some instructions for contributing. I think some guidelines will be necessary. I will think a bit about how to combine these ideas.
I also find your input about the cultural specific kits valuable, thanks!
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