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TEDxNorrkoping - Bosse Larsson - A Growth Mindset for a Creative Mind

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Published on Oct 19, 2011

Bosse Larsson is a Swedish educator/ teacher and a learning designer.
He has a long experience of working with creative thinking with students 13-20 years old. Performs in-house training of teachers at all levels, from kindergarten to upper secondary. Has attended "Six thinking hats" course in 1998 and "Serious creativity and lateral thinking" at World Centre of New Thinking (founded by Edward de Bono) in Malta 2007. Listed as a recommended speaker in the network established after The 13th International Conference on Thinking. Invited speaker at "The 14th International Conference" in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is also running "ThinkAhead -- Now! (www.tankvidare.nu) with lectures/workshops for learning organizations on creative thinking habits and mindset
Bo Larsson's talk is about changing our view of creativity from something associated with talented geniuses in art and business to an everyday attitude in life (Creativity 3.0). An attitude supported by a growth mindset with challenge, effort and resilience as important ingredients. Keywords: creative thinking, future competencies, motivation and growth mindset. Favourite quote: "If you never change your mind -- why have one? (Edward de Bono)"
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