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History of Creativity Art       Science       Technology
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Class Website http://mfg201.groups.et.byu.net/ or Google  Brent  Strong
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Dr. Strong Married for 46 years 8 children
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Dr. Strong PhD in Chemistry at BYU since 1986  (previously in industry) Teaches: plastics and composites entrepreneurship civilization and creativity
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Why Manufacturing 201? Integrators      Science            Humanities Politics Manufacturing
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Why Manufacturing Technology? Manufacturing is about  dynamic  problem solving  . . . We need more students in manufacturing. that requires  creativity. Come and talk with me about the major.
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Purposes of the Class Meet the Civilization Requirement. Increase Personal Creativity. Enrich your Life. Be Well Educated. Grow Spiritually.
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How do we progress  in learning? Wisdom Knowledge Facts Information Under- standing Comprehension,  Relationships Correctness, Value-Based Decisions, Insight Real world application, Creativity, Synthesis REAL  WORLD SCHOOL
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“The most important thing you learn in  school is  how   to learn .”  Brent Strong (and many others) 
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Class Requirements 3 Exams Identification questions  (information) Matching  (knowledge) Multiple Choice  (knowledge) Essay  (understanding) Take home  (understanding and wisdom) 10 Quizzes Test your reading Creative Project
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Civilization and Creativity Civilization is a value judgment on human creativity. Where we think human creativity is noteworthy we call it “civilization”. Chauncy C. Riddle, Think Independently , 2009, p.81.
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Creativity
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“About 50 years ago I went to visit a friend who was a commercial artist specializing in watercolors. It was fascinating to me. I decided to try it. I was not very successful. Then I heard of an art teacher who was coming to town. I took four lessons from him, which equipped me with greatly improved skills and understanding about art.” Creativity Thoughts – Richard C. Scott
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Creativity Thoughts – Richard C. Scott “Creating art opened my eyes to the beauty
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MFG 201 taught by Professor Terry,r during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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