Creative Problem Solving
Creative problem-solving is the number one skill students need to develop to give themselves the highest probability of thriving in school.
A creative problem solver increasingly relies on internal affirmation of themselves and develops increasing confidence in themselves to handle challenging situations and, more importantly, grow as individuals through these challenges.
In this workshop we will discuss the process of creative problem-solving, where you are already likely doing creative problem-solving and how to exercise our this ability in new areas of our lives.
This workshop will be led by Nic Voge from the McGraw Center and Matt Frawley from Career Services.