Today we are going to talk about:
It is a collaborative approach for creative problem solving. It develops empathy, and active problem solving.
How does it work?
- Listen, - Observe, - Define a problem, and - Brainstorm creative ideas.
Who´s doing it?
Students from different backgrounds in learning environments .
Why is it significant?
Problems have more than one solution.
More ideas can create stronger solutions.
What are the downsides?
The right participants must be included. It is ineffective where trust among participants is low.
Where is it going?
Students from higher education may use it to engage in innovative thinking and complete projects.