Sunday, October 29, 2006

Developing intuitive skills and divergent thinking

K. B. JINAN, Kumbham. Aruvacode Post-graduate Diploma – Product Design, (NID) National Institute of Design, Ahmadabad; 1988 Bachelor in Engineering – Mech. Engg, Maulana Azad College of Technology, Bhopal; 1984
Aim and approach Development of creativity and sensitivity, enabling students to expand their potential and to learn how to learn, through exercises to sensitise their senses, to break habits, using traditional games and using traditional learning methods of the craft communities. Emphasis is on developing intuitive skills and divergent thinking.
1998 Sept onwards Canadian School, Bangalore.
3 days in a month with students of class IV to VII (Students from various parts of the world).
1992 Jan/Feb Aurobindo Integral School, Parlakhemundy
Students 5th and 6th
1991 Sept-Dec Bagusala, Orissa
With village children of Bagusala, Age 4 to 12

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