Fueling Creativity Podcast with MyMachine Co-founder

The Fueling Creativity in Education podcast “provides listeners with unique insights into the field of creativity research, including best practices for applying this knowledge to a traditional school environment. Thanks to deep dive interviews with renowned creativity scholars, respected practitioners, and passionate educators, every teacher and administrator will walk away with new strategies that inspire and support student and teacher creativity in and out of the classroom”.

Fueling Creativity in Education is hosted by Dr. Cynthia Burnett and Dr. Matthew Worwood at Creativity and Education. Dr. Cyndi Burnett is the Director of Possibilities for Creativity and Education. She has 20 years of teaching experience as an academic at the International Center for Studies in Creativity at SUNY Buffalo State where she instructed classes in creative-thinking and creative problem-solving. Cyndi is the co-editor of the Big Questions in Creativity book series and co-author of different books on creativity. She is the recipient of the President’s Medal for Excellence in Teaching 2018 by SUNY Buffalo State, was Buffalo Business First, Woman of Influence 2018 for her work in creativity, and was featured in the New York Times article titled, “Creativity Becomes an Academic Discipline.”

Dr. Matthew Worwood is Associate Director of UConn Digital Media & Design at the Stamford campus. He also serves as the Director of Digital Media CT, a statewide collaborative dedicated to furthering Digital Media education in Connecticut. He has also published on design-based practices that influence the development and implementation of technological solutions in education.

Cyndi and Matt recently sat down with MyMachine Co-Founder Piet Grymonprez. Tune in to hear our co-founder talk about creativity, complexity, systems thinking and why the open-ended approach in MyMachine is so important.

Thank you so much to Cyndi and Matt for putting their spotlight on MyMachine!

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