Impressive student work from Professor Marshall’s Creative Problem Solving course

In this assignment for Creative Problem Solving, students are asked to choose a new creative experience and report on it; the second part of the assignment is reflective practice through structured questions. For Professor Patsy Marshall, these student examples demonstrate a strong understanding of divergent and convergent thinking, as well as creative problem solving models and processes. According to Professor Marshall, “The structured questions were answered with imagination, creative cognition, and creative confidence.”