Thursday, February 11, 2010

Group presentation- Summary draft 1

All groups will email their first draft of the reading summary typed in iWork Pages to:

Drafts will include:
1. Leader(1), Note-takers(2), Slide designers (1 or 2), Non-digital component designer (1)
2. Main points of readings [8-10points]
3. Proposed presentation modes (1 keynote + 1 non-digital/ computer mode), eg. skit
4. Pros and cons of this particular source of innovation you are reading on
5. How can we overcome some of the challenges/ difficulties faced when we try to tap on this source?
6. How can we apply/ search for this source locally?

Friday, February 5, 2010

Quiz link- Singapore Tourism

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Sources of Innovation

Class 1-09,

Your groups of 4-5 will summarize the information under each source. You may present your summaries using skit, keynote presentation and handouts.
Your classmates will learn about the particular source you are presenting on so that they can make use of the information to 'grow' their mindmaps.
Presentation will be carried out and graded in Week 7. Every member has to present and write a personal reflection after that.

Ms Choo

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Grow you 'INNOVATION' mindmap

Class 1-09

So far, we have touched on the various aspects of innovation, eg. difference between innovation and invention, definition of innovation (what is and what is not), social innovation, habits of an innovative person etc.

It is time to start on your mindmap on "INNOVATION" and grow it along the way as we move into new topics. You may also include your own opinions and collected information as and when you deem suitable.

You will need to work on your mindmaps and submit them for grading by Week 8 or 9 of Term One.

Innovation source(1): Unexpected success

What do you think is considered an 'unexpected success'? Have you encountered any 'unexpected success' personally? Or have you heard of anyone who had achieved that?
Pls share your views in the 'Comments' column below.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Class Presentation: Innovation for SST + Sharing on Roderick Chia

Group 1 [Transaction]
Observation: 14; Idea:30;Fluency:17; Group Dynamics:17
Total: 78

Group 2[Queuing]
Observation: 15; Idea:26;Fluency:13; Group Dynamics:15
Total: 69

Group 3[Cutlery]
Observation: 11; Idea:26;Fluency:11; Group Dynamics:11
Total: 59

Group 4 [Sharing]
Content: 38/50;Fluency:20/25; Group Dynamics:17/25
Total: 75