Five Ways to Empower Students to Ideate: Choosing Technology for Informal Spaces

Collaboration and teamwork are increasingly desirable skills for employment. Active learning with an emphasis on ideation, a brainstorming process that focuses on participant creativity and accountability, has the potential to bolster skill development.

Are you doing all you can to enable active learning through ideation? Here’s a strategy to foster ideation. You will learn:

  • How to form and prepare groups for an optimal ideation session
  • What tools can make an ideation session more productive
  • Best practices to facilitate a dialogue

By increasing students’ comfort with the ideation process, you unlock the potential to push students to even greater heights.

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