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Evening: Pattern Skills - Recognizing & Forming

For the fourth meeting of 13 Skills of Sparks of Genius, we will learn about two related skills:  Recognizing and Forming Patterns

Our recently enhanced observational skill is a key technique for finding and recognizing patterns.  We may look, but without actually seeing, we will miss the essential pattern(s) in our daily activities.  Having learned to spot patterns, we then learn how to make them.  Through combinations of simpler elements we can form new patterns - which lead to innovation. 

Please join us for discussion and activities to improve your skill of Patterns.



References:

• A PDF with a brief description of all 13 skills is Thirteen_Thinking_Tools.pdf

• Sparks of Genius The 13 Thinking Tools of the World's Most Creative People by Robert and Michele Root-Bernstein.  ( Amazon Link )


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  • Steph T.

    A great discussion of a wide variety of patterns across many domains.

    January 16, 2014

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