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Everyday Curiosity: Practices That Improve Creativity

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Cassini Nazir

Everyday Curiosity: Practices That Improve Creativity

About the talk

Being curious helps individuals of any age but can play a critical role in the aging brain. Curiosity propels us to deeper engagement, superior performance, and more meaningful goals. How can we be more curious? Is it possible to invite others to be curious as well? We will explore a framework for inviting moments of curiosity. This discussion will orient you to the strange, fascinating, and fragile phenomenon of being curious.
Cassini Nazir is a designer of conversations, curricula, and interfaces. He is an Assistant Professor in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas, where he teaches classes in interaction design.
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