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    • Brainstorming  
    • Brainstorming  Schedule  Time   Ac(vity  7:00-­‐7:10pm   What  makes  an  idea  hot?   Break  into  groups  (HW/SW)  of  3  students,  1  mentor.  7:10-­‐7:30pm   What  are  your  favorite  hobbies?    What  are  you  an  expert  in?     Create  a  chart  of  these  topics,  tape  it  to  the  wall.  7:30-­‐7:45pm   List  ~5  opportuniNes  on  paper  individually.  7:45-­‐8:45pm   All  group  members  verbally  share  their  top  2  ideas.    Choose   one  idea  from  your  group  that  you  like  the  most.  8:45-­‐8:55pm   Create  a  Lean  Canvas  for  your  top  idea.    Each  box,  1-­‐5  should   have  1-­‐3  very  clear  sentences.   End  at  8:55pm,  then  begin  pitches.  
    • What  makes  an  idea  hot?  •  Within  your  team’s  area  of  experNse  and/or   hobbies  •  Something  that  affects  at  least  100  people  •  Has  a  soluNon  that  your  team  could  build  
    • Fast  Pitch  •  Each  group  presents  one  idea  to  the  enNre  group  of  students   and  mentors.      •  3  minutes  to  present,  4  minutes  for  Q&A.    Timing  is  strict.  •  Begin  by  reading  your  Lean  Canvas  boxes  1-­‐5.  •  Groups  can  rearrange  a[er  the  last  pitch.    Team  sizes  of  2-­‐4.    Exit  Criteria:  •  Roster  for  each  team,  including  team  name  and  mentor     name(s).  •  Lean  Canvas  of  your  idea.  •  That’s  it—go  home!  
    • BrainstorMentoring  •  Keep  discussion  rapid  and  posiNve,  there  will  be  Nme  to  criNcize  later  •  Immediately  neutralize  mean  comments/behavior  •  To  criNcize  ideas,  say  2  things  you  like,  then  say  “I’m  concerned  that  ____”  •  Keep  an  eye  on  the  Nme  •  Get  all  students  to  share  •  Students  will  value  your  opinion  a  lot—be  careful  •  If  you  have  Kickstarter  ideas,  consider  introducing  them  as  quesNons:  “Do   you  think  that  we  could  _____”  
    • Brainstorming  QuesNons  •  Really  clearly  arNculate  the  problem,  who  specifically   it  affects,  and  how  they  are  solving  that  problem   right  now  •  How  could  we  get  in  touch  with  those  people?    What   do  they  read,  who  do  they  listen  to,  and  what  clubs   are  they  in?  •  What  are  the  3  important  features  of  the  soluNon?