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Post by dah_men on Mon Dec 20, 2010 9:37 am

sessions are crucial in teaching practices. Regular brainstorming
sessions hlp both teachers and students work comfortably, in an
effective learning envirorment. Why are these beneficial and what can
we gain from them?

Brainstorming is a way to gather ideas, it can be done as an individual
or can involve a group who are looking to develop ideas and problem
solve. The aim is generally to develop as many ideas as possible and
then go back and evaluate them at a later date. Ideas can be worked on
changed and improved.
Brainstorming is a great tool in any situation to bring out ideas and
stimulate creative though processes. It can often bring a shift
in paradigm and thinking and enables many different minds and ideas to
be brought together. It is incredibly beneficial to bounce your ideas
and thinking processes of other people. This bouncing of ideas then may
in turn spark the ideas of another individual.

Some of the benefits of brainstorming may include:

  • Encouragement of creativity
  • Expanding of thinking to see different perspectives of problem solving and idea development
  • Everyone can be involved equally, every idea is a worthy one
  • Brainstorming can help ideas to grow quickly
  • It can dramatically increase productivity
  • Can help to develop lateral thinking

So wether you are involved in a group as just an individual
brainstorming can be a useful tool to develop ideas and solve problems.
Please feel free to comment and add your ideas.

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