At the last Selah meeting I learned:
"Find my flow and my Sweet Spot"
"Playfulness is vital to fostering creativity"
"I’m motivated to go back and make my workplace more conducive to creativity"
"I learned that teaching experientially is different than learning from experience. This workshop learnings will make a difference in the work that I do"
"Not only using Ted talk, but HOW to use it."
"Recognize what stifles/promotes my creativity"
"The power of using images and cut out words to stimulate new thinking, connections and conversations!"
Resources from the session:
"This has been one of my favorite workshops! I will run this program for counselors at camp and planning to do so with my teachers at school as well!"
"The importance of creating an environment where colleagues are comfortable to take risks, experiment, imagine, create, think outside the box within Jewish framework"
"I am going to integrate “what if” into our faculty meetings"
"Planning and visioning time without the limitations and stress of logistics will allow us to be more creative"