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Presentation on the Topic of Brainstorming, a mutual effort of the students of Department of Education, University of Karachi, Pakistan under the supervision of Madam Rizwana Faseel.

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  2. 2. Group Members Sehrish Saghir Khan (Group leader, Presentation Developer, Presenter) Shasta Ali (Presenter) Shagufta Shah (Data Collector) Shela Afroz (Data Collector) Shagufta (Data Collector) Students of B.S 4th Year, Department of Education, University of Karachi, Pakistan.
  3. 3. Brainstorming Activity
  4. 4. Definition: According to Oxford Dictionary: “A spontaneous group discussion to produce ideas and ways of solving problems”
  5. 5. History: 1953 by Alex Faickney Osborn in his book Applied Imagination
  6. 6. History: According to him brainstorming was most effective in group than individual working alone in generating
  7. 7. What isBrainstorming? Relaxed, informal approached to problem solving with lateral thinking. No criticism of idea and free rein is given to people.
  8. 8. What isBrainstorming? People able to think more freely and move into new areas of thought and create new numerous ideas and solutions..
  9. 9. Steps ofBrainstorming
  10. 10. USES OFBRAINSTORMING: Advertising campaigns Market strategy and methods Research techniques
  11. 11. USES OFBRAINSTORMING: Written documents and articles Investment decisions Management methods New and Better…what ever you want!
  13. 13. Excellent TeachingStrategy! To generate ideas on a given topic. Promote thinking skills of students. Eliminate fear of failures.
  14. 14. Excellent TeachingStrategy! Give all students chance to express their ideas. Show respect for each other. Tap into individuality and creativity
  15. 15. Types ofBrainstorming
  16. 16. Individual Brainstorming:
  17. 17. Group Brainstorming.
  18. 18. Role of Teacher: Facilitator. Promotes and probes by asking question.
  19. 19. Role of Teacher: Record these ideas on board, chart etc. Encourages students to think critically.
  20. 20. Rules of Brainstormingin Teaching: There are “NO WRONG” answers. Try to get as many ideas as possible. Record all ideas.
  21. 21. Rules of Brainstorming inTeaching: Set a time limit. Be prepared to have some simulating ideas for group.
  22. 22. Words in Last!!“What is now proved was once only imagined.” William Blake
  23. 23. Thanks to Everyone forbeing part of us, Speciallyto Honorable TeacherMadam Rizwana Faseel!