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Recovery College - Ideation is a Course

Recovery College - Ideation



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This course is best suited for individuals enrolled in Recovery College. A similar course can be found in our catalog for those who are not enrolled in Recovery College. Ideation is the process of generating ideas. There are two general skills used in ideation: convergent thinking and divergent thinking. Divergent thinking refers to a process of generating various ideas and insights and is often used in brainstorming. Convergent thinking aims to take broad ideas and insights to generate more focused ideas and new solutions. The process can occur as an independent act or within groups, which can allow us to create unique perspectives that may not have otherwise been heard, stimulating innovation.

The 21st Century Career Ready Pathway in the Core Success Skills program consists of highly transferable skills that are validated through a variety of opportunities and experiences. The Core Success Skills program, supported by TD is a way to show professors, employers, and peers that you have demonstrated the right set of verified skills and competencies that will help you thrive in education and the workplace. You'll receive a digital badge representing each skill you successfully demonstrate.

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