Brainstorming

This a listening exercise that allows creative thinking for new ideas. It should encourage full participation because all ideas are equally recorded. Staff should establish initial issue and supply a couple of ideas if the group needs to be stimulated.

Staff should draw on the knowledge and experience of the students so that a spirit of cooperation and congeniality is created at the beginning of the session. They should be prepared to allow one idea to ignite ideas in other students.

Written by Teaching Resources Support on February 17, 2014 10:59


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