Lesson Strategies

Brainstorming  

Process

This activity is used as an introductory activity for the whole class or for groups.

  1. Establish the question or problem.
  2. All ideas are accepted, recorded and numbered.
  3. State the criteria for evaluating the ideas – feasible, appropriate and specific.
  4. Allocate a tick, cross, or question mark to each item.
  5. Ask students to choose and record the numbers of the best three ideas.
  6. Review the items again and highlight those receiving the most votes.

Brainstorming
(Source: Medium.com)

DOVE Brainstorming Strategy


This activity is used to assist in Brainstorming.

Defer judgement, all responses are recorded to analyse later.
Opt for original ideas to extend thinking skills.
Vast numbers of ideas are generated.
Expand by linking with associated ideas.


More resources

UNSW - Brainstorming

UNSW
Mind Tools

Brainstorming
Creative Jeffrey

Creative Jeffrey
Let's get creative

Let's get creative

Creately

Creately

The visual brainstorming techniques we’d be looking at are

Mind Maps
Fishbone Diagrams
Flowcharts
SWOT Analysis
Starbursting
Affinity Diagrams
Concept Maps
Mood Boards
SCAMPER
Cluster Diagrams
Lotus Blossom Technique
Brainwriting
Six Thinking Hats

An excellent resource - Frances
 

 

 

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Mind Maps and Mind Mapping - a subset of Brainstorming, click here.

Plus, Minus & Interesting - a subset of Brainstorming, click here.

Six Thinking Hats - a subset of Brainstorming, click here.

 

 

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