Good Creative Work: Dos & Don'ts
Think out of the Box
Six Creative Ways To Brainstorm Ideas
Elements and Performance Criteria
1. Source ideas for creative work
1.1 Select and review cultural, historical and contemporary information required for creative work
1.2 Extract and evaluate key ideas and concepts required for own work
1.3 Determine personal creative goals
1.4 Develop ideas using different sources of information
2. Refine and communicate ideas
2.1 Refine ideas through experimentation with tools, techniques, and elements and principles of design specific to creative work
2.2 Confirm ideas and techniques using research, experimentation and discussion with required personnel
2.3 Discuss and present ideas and information about own work with required personnel
3. Plan and produce creative work
3.1 Identify and plan work processes and resources according to ideas
3.2 Organise resources and work space based on plan for own work
3.3 Realise ideas using resources and chosen techniques
3.4 Resolve technical problems within scope of own role as required
3.5 Create record of own work that shows process of development
4. Finalise and review work
4.1 Clean and maintain tools and work area, dispose of waste, and store equipment and materials
4.2 Review own work for technical proficiency and success in communicating ideas
4.3 Review process of creating work and final outcome through self-evaluation and questioning others
4.4 Plan future skill development using required information
- Identifies areas to improve skills using evaluation and feedback
- Improves work practices and outcomes using different perspectives of others
- Identifies and sources required quantities when organising resources, based on analysis of work plan
- Expresses ideas and methodologies clearly, using language required for audience and context
- Seeks and clarifies information using active listening and questioning
- Identifies techniques and procedures suitable for work using information from required sources
- Documents progress of work in required format for personal use
- Discusses ideas with using required communication practices
Initiative and enterprise
- Generates new or innovative ways of working using experimentation
Planning and organising
- Plans and organises information, methodologies and resource requirements
- Understands and complies with legislative responsibilities
The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including evidence of the ability to:
- produce at least two different creative works in any media using and adapting techniques to realise ideas.
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
- develop and refine creative ideas using exploration, review and discussion with required personnel
- identify, select, assess and use required techniques, tools, equipment and materials for creative work, safely and sustainably
- create physical, verbal, virtual, visual or written record of creative work produced
- clean and maintain work area, and tools and equipment used, in safe and sustainable manner.
The candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including knowledge of:
- ways of sourcing information and developing, refining and communicating ideas for creative work
- physical properties and capabilities of different materials, tools and equipment used in creative work
- ways of exploring, adapting and combining techniques and materials to achieve different effects
- formal elements and principles of design and their application to producing creative work in described in performance evidence
- influence of historical and theoretical contexts on chosen area of creative work
- sustainability issues associated with tools and materials used in creative work
- procedures for working safely in the specific area of creative work described in the performance evidence.
Skills in this unit must be demonstrated in a workplace or simulated environment where the conditions are typical of those in a working environment in this industry.
This includes access to:
- tools, equipment and materials
- suitable facility for production of creative works.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational educational and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.
21. What's the difference between good teamwork and bad teamwork?
22. Describe the slacker effect.
23. List three main points of a team contract.
24. Why should meetings be short and frequent?
25. What three words describe the Power of Collaboration?
26. If 5 people have 3 ideas a month how many ideas might 320 have?
27. Complete Walt's tip. "If you can dream it,
28. notions + beliefs + theories =
29. join forces + pool resources =
30. List at least three things helped by collaboration.