Ideation means generating lots of ideas. Brainstorming encourages you to think expansively and without constraints. It's often the wild ideas that spark visionary thoughts. With careful preparation and a clear set of rules, a brainstorm session can yield hundreds of fresh ideas.

Learn by Doing:

Come up with new ideas by brainstorming and then selecting and capturing the most promising ideas. You can do that by voting as a team, sketching it and writing down what it is and how it's going to work. It's a simple process that forces us to get concrete.

Worksheet Reources:

Invite a friends, students, or other teachers to brainstorm with you and try using "how might we" to start your question. What is the opportunity area you want to brainstorm?

your ideas

Vote and prioritize your favorite ideas with your team. What is it? How does it work?