10A Horizontal Thinking

This module covers the theory behind the principle of Horizontal Thinking which is one of the four principals of The Creative Platform

Your assumptions

IF YOU HAVE NO EXPERIENCE with using The Creative Platform in your work, then you should be aware that this is a fundamentally different way of teaching which will demand much of you as a teacher. The reason being that the Creative Platform belongs to a paradigm that is new to most people - the paradigm of pre-sensing. Look here to learn more about The Creative Platform.

The Research Center of The Creative Platform, Aalborg University, Denmark


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Teaching materials for The Creative Platform


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This page contains a course based on The Creative Platform.

The white and black slides are worn them your participants / students are watching. 

The red slides containing instructions for the 3D cases you should use to prepare students in the subsequent part-task

The blue slides contain some tasks that students must work with.

In this column you will find videos that show how the concrete course is instructed.

You will also find videos that show how the practicalities looks when a team is taught


The purpose of The Creative Platform is to help the participants in unlimitted application of their knowledge. The do that the platform constitutes an environment where the participants are confident to dare, concentrated to do and motivated to participate in a process. This environment is created using four principals where Task Focus is one of them.


This slide is NOT part of the lecture but can be used as an introduction.

Watch video of the four areas of concern then working with the creative platform -  as an introduction to the lecture of Horizontal Thinking



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