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IACT Courses

IACT Courses

ACT I/UDI 371: Fundamentals of Applied Creativity

Students are introduced to the applied creative educational framework through the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation’s (IACT) transdisciplinary, experimental sessions with the outcome of harnessing an understanding of ambiguous, empathetic and humanity focused problem solving. (1 credit mini-course)
Taught by Brian LaDuca (Executive Director of IACT)

ACT II/UDI 372: Practice of Applied Creativity

Students will begin to practice the core applied creativity educational framework learned in ACT I. As part of the GEMnasium’s transdisciplinary educational process for collaborative social innovation, ACT II students will pair their growing applied creativity mindset with 21st century essential skills to develop new ideas and strategic applications for the GEMnasium Grand Challenge. (1 credit mini-course)
Taught by Adrienne Ausdenmoore (Director of IACT)

UDI 373: Design Your Life

This course will explore the methodologies of design thinking and applied creativity within the context of “life design.” Students will develop skills with which they can discern their purpose and build the creative confidence to tackle complex, open-ended challenges encountered in many of today’s (and tomorrow’s) professions. (1-credit mini-course)
Taught by Adrienne Ausdenmoore (Director of IACT)

ACT III/UDI 471: Vocational Innovation

Part one of the two-part experiential learning certificate cornerstone will focus on the partnership between 21st century essential skills and the certificate student’s passion, purpose and possibilities for real world application. (1 credit mini-course, offered during fall semester only)
Taught by Brian LaDuca (Executive Director of IACT)

ACT IV/UDI 472: Innovative Transformation

In part two of the two-part experiential learning certificate cornerstone, students will exhibit a practice of 21st century skills and develop creative solutions that apply their critical discernment to societal issues and challenges. (1 credit mini-course, offered during spring semester only)
Taught by Brian LaDuca (Executive Director of IACT)

 

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Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT)

ArtStreet
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2620
937-229-5101
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