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©Destination ImagiNation, Inc. 2005 Instant Challenge.ppt Creative Problem Solving against the Clock Creative Problem Solving against the Clock CHALLENGE INSTANT
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Goals To locate helpful information about Instant Challenge in Rules of the Road To have an awareness of the types of Instant Challenges To learn techniques and process tools for team practice of Instant Challenges To understand the general logistical flow at a Tournament Instant Challenge Site To provide a video representation of practice Instant Challenges To provide the experience of solving an Instant Challenge To create Instant Challenges from the Morphological Matrix
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Rules of the Road Refer to Rules of the Road for more details pertaining to Instant Challenge www.idodi.org: Please visit and watch as many videos as possible. www.idodi.org IMPORTANT for team members and Team Managers to read and understand Rules of the Road
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Instant Challenge Check List Read: Read, read, the Challenge carefully Determine: What needs to be accomplished? Discuss: What is team really supposed to be doing? Practice clarifying questions: Be sure that they understand Time Management: Teams should allocate time to planning, constructing, preparing, practicing Teamwork: How can team work together to produce best results CPS Tools: Generating and Focusing tools Presentation Tools: Character portrayal, Story line… Materials: Use materials provided in unique ways Reflection: What went well, what could go better?
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Why Do Instant Challenge? A great way to learn and practice CPS tools for use in the Central Challenge An excellent way to practice reflection skills, setting goals, and teambuilding skills. Team members can use techniques to help solve “challenges” in their daily lives Team members can use techniques to help solve “challenges” as adults Instill confidence in younger people
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Types of Instant Challenges Performance-based Task-based Combination
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Task-based Instant Challenge Activity Assembly Line
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Task-based IC Focus is on team working together to move, build, change or protect materials they are given in order to complete a task Evaluated on how well team works together to design the solution, effectiveness of solution and on the creativity of their final project Team members may or may not be allowed to talk during the execution of the Challenge
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Types of Task-Based ICs To Build: possibly hold weight, build out, build as high as possible To Move: moving something from A to B To Protect: protecting something To Change: changing something into something else, using given materials To Communicate: sending and receiving and understanding messages
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Task-based IC Tips Listen to instructions carefully Know where the points are in the Challenge Understand all possible uses for materials Work through “alternative uses” Break into sub-groups if necessary - Divide and Conquer Practice giving everyone a part
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Interference Two ways to commit Interference in IC room –If team knows the Challenge before their actual competition –If someone helps the team in the IC room during competition A Team Manager can have a lot of fun working with team and training them in IC techniques All CPS Tools can be taught to the team Teaching CPS tools in IC is analogous to teaching sewing skills for Central Challenge Have team practice all three types of ICs
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Performance-based IC Focus is on team working together to create and present a theatrically-oriented solution Evaluated on creativity of solution, presentation and/or use of materials along with teamwork Types of Performance-based ICs –Without Props –With Props –Team-created Props –Imaginary Props
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Performance-based IC Tips Speak loudly and clearly Listen to instructions carefully Know where the points are in the Challenge Listen to teammates when doing Improv Don’t make unnecessarily long speeches Practice giving everyone a part Practice talking yourself out of jam Practice saving a teammate who cannot think of line Practice using exaggerated movements / expressions Make up own Improv games
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Performance-based Instant Challenge Activity Picnic Pests
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Instant Challenge: What to expect at Nationals Challenge each team receives at the Tournament that has to be instantly solved A chance for a team to show off its creative solving problem ability and tight teamwork in a short unrehearsed Presentation to Appraisers At Tournament: –Teams report to a separate competition area –Only team, one Team Manager and Appraisers in room –At time of IC, team will receive two copies of Challenge –Same IC for same Central Challenge and Level Instant Challenge information is kept secret until after Global Finals
© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Instant Challenge.ppt Assessment How does Instant Challenge reflect the Educational Goals of the program? How do team members engage in process while practicing Instant Challenges? What are the benefits of Instant Challenge?
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