Earlier this year, I had asked people to help me find videos that would demonstrate “thinking outside of the box” and received some suggestions. I’m still looking for more, but here’s what I have so far:
This is from Yahoo News:
Here’s a famous scene from the movie Apollo 13 (thanks to Christian Schrock for the suggestion):
Heddi Craft suggest clips from MacGyver. Here are a couple I found on YouTube:
I hope people will contribute more ideas!
This isn’t a video, but I’ve previously posted about this research:
Thinking Outside The Box, With Our Bodies And Our Brains is from NPR and reports on an intriguing study. Basically, some students sat in a big box and others sat outside of it. Both were given tests to measure their creativity. The students sitting on the outside were judged to have developed solutions on the test that were twenty percent more creative than those sitting inside. The NPR writer comments:
As an educator, I enjoy playing with these ideas. Aren’t walled classrooms boxes too? Would my students’ creativity flare to new heights if we met under open skies?
This scene from the movie Mona Lisa Smile, suggested by reader Alexandra Duarte, is a new addition:
It would also be a great video to show to IB Theory of Knowledge classes when learning about the arts…
Reader Chris suggested this scene from “Men In Black”:
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