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brain storm

a moment in which one is suddenly unable to think clearly or act sensibly.

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a spontaneous group discussion to produce ideas and ways of solving problems.

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hold a group discussion to produce ideas. for example: "the group was observed brainstorming about their writing"

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to try to solve a problem or come up with new ideas by having a discussion that includes all members of a group

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words related to brainstorm, such as: deliberate, analyze, conceive, conceptualize, create, and invent.

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Example of Brainstorming 1 The student used colors to organize her ideas: red is the idea she started with, green are broader concepts, black are subtopics.

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In the 19th century, a 'brain-storm' was a sudden neurological or mental disturbance. Then, in the 1940s, an advertising executive called Alex Osborn developed a system for generating ideas: he called it 'brainstorming'. The idea swept the world.

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Individual brainstorming is most effective when you need to solve a simple problem, generate a list of ideas, or focus on a broad issue. Group brainstorming is often more effective for solving complex problems.

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Brainstorming is a problem-solving activity where students build on or develop higher order thinking skills. Encourages creative thought. Brainstorming encourages students to think creatively (out of the box), encouraging all students to share their ideas

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Brainstorming is a group creativity technique by which efforts are made to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its members.

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Mind mapping. This is a more controlled version of brainstorming that relies on ideas coming from many different people, but presents them visually. It starts with the core issue in the center, and then maps out solutions from general ideas to more specific strategies.

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There are three main types of brainstorming: Verbal Brainstorming. Nominal Group Technique. Electronic Brainstorming.

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When compared to brainstorming, brainswarming produces up to 115 ideas in 15 minutes. Brainstorming, however, only produces 100 ideas in 60 minutes. It's surprising how efficient switching from talking (brainstorming) to writing (brainswarming) on a structured graph is for groups

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Begin by selecting a group leader, chosen from and by the group. The teacher then begins the brainstorming session by asking a question, posing a problem, or introducing a subject topic. Students then consider the question/topic and give their idea to the teacher in a short state

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Brainstorming has benefits beyond idea generation, benefits that academic studies can't always capture. Moreover, brainstorming can still work for idea generation—so long as you make a few key changes to the structure and style of the meeting.

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