25.01.2022 • 8 minutes
The word "brainstorming" can be scary. Some brainstorming sessions are unstructured and chaotic. You may have come up with a lot of ideas, but no real solutions to your problem. Yet every day we discover new creative ways of how to use our Brainstorming question. How do we do this? Thanks to our users, who show their creativity on a daily basis and reinvent their teaching practices with Wooclap. We have selected six original examples to go further in your use of the Brainstorming question according to three different approaches depending, on your educational objectives.
One could say that the process of ideation is inherent to the concept of brainstorming. Indeed, this technique of finding original ideas is often used to find collective solutions, with everyone making suggestions spontaneously. Discover how to do this with two Wooclap use cases!
While brainstorming is known for generating ideas, it can also be used to test overall understanding of a topic in a group. Here are two creative ideas for testing knowledge and developing critical thinking skills.
Is your group of learners too large to share ideas easily? Have them work in sub-groups to better analyse their performance and encourage group thinking.
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