How Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats helped me solve a problem with my favorite group discussion task.
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A whole category dedicated to my favorite fuzzy problem. We’ll give put students into a difficult predicament, give them limited resources, and then ask them to generate interesting solutions!
One of my favorite open-ended, creative activities becomes even better with careful phrasing on my part. These three questions will help you be the facilitator of a discussion, rather than the authority.
We’re supposed to rank fifteen items according to usefulness if we were stranded on the light-side of the moon. The items range from pistols to powdered milk. Some seem useful, but are actually worthless while others seem unnecessary on earth, but are actually vital when stuck on the moon. However, the structure of the activity as a website is not optimal. Let’s improve this and make it an awesome problem–solving exercise for our class.