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TítuloThe Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI): a challenge for creative citizens
Autor(es)Azevedo, Ivete
Morais, Maria de Fátima
Martins, Fernanda
Cramond, Bonnie
Future Problem Solving Program
Creative Problem Solving
Futuristic thinking
Critical thinking
EditoraKie Conference Publishings
CitaçãoAzevedo, I., Morais, M. F., Martins, F., & Cramond, B. (2016). The Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI): A challenge for creative citizens. In F. Reisman (Ed.), Creativity in Arts, Science and Technology (pp. 94 – 154). London: KIE Conference Publishings
Resumo(s)The Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI) is an educational program for the development of creative skills, especially in children and young people (Future Problem Solving Program International, FPSPI, n.d). At the same time, it promotes critical, analytical and futuristic thinking, oral and written communication, teamwork, as well as emotional and decision making skills (FPSPI, n.d.). It is thus an educational tool that can be applied in many contexts, formal and informal, in order to promote creative problem solving skills. The stated mission of the FPSPI is “to develop the ability of young people globally to design and promote positive futures through problem solving using critical & creative thinking” (FPSPI, n.d.). It is designed to involve young people in thinking about the future and its challenges and unpredictability in all domains, including arts, technology and sciences. This program, based on futuristic thinking and the Osborn-Parnes Creative Problem Solving method (Osborn, 1953; Parnes, 1967; Parnes, Noller, & Biondi, 1977), begins with problem finding and definition and ends with a proposal for an effective and original solution. Begun by Torrance in the U.S. in 1974, the program is currently applied in countries from every continent. This chapter will present this program in detail, illustrating its goals, application methodology and agents. It will also share results obtained in several studies about the program and its effectiveness, thereby, raising awareness of the potential of its application for creative problem solutions in various contexts.
DescriçãoSeries: Research papers on knowledge, innovation and enterprise, vol. 4
Versão da editorahttp://kiecon.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Creativity-in-Arts-Science-Technology-Ed-F-Reisman.pdf
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