This 3 minute, 45 second video clip was recorded at the Creativity World Forum in Oklahoma City on 17 November 2010. Members of the panel included Scott Noppe-Brandon, Matt Brown, and David Edwards. In this segment, panelists give their advice for how parents can effectively encourage and support creativity in their children. The initial seconds of the video are David Edwards, a Harvard professor and amazing creative mind, discussing how play is vital in higher education and other contexts.

Read my notes from this amazing panel discussion on the post, “From Imagination to Innovation: Creativity World Forum.”

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2 Responses to Advice for Parents: How to Encourage Creativity in Your Child #cwf2010

  1. Those interested in this topic might also find this article interesting:
    “Creativity by Choice, Not by Chance: Unleashing Your Child’s Creativity”

    Steve Dahlberg
    International Centre for Creativity and Imagination

  2. […] Speed of Creativity posted a 3 minute video clip recorded at the Creativity World Forum on 17th November in Oklahoma City. Advice for Parents: How to Encourage Creativity in Your child […]

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