ENGAGING LECTURE TIP 5 Sticky Note Diagrams

Sticky Note Diagrams enable you to generate and then organize a large number of ideas into their natural relationships. Similar to an affinity grouping, which is done in groups (see Barkley Major, & Cross, 2014), Sticky Note Diagrams are completed by individuals. When applied to preparing for a lecture presentation, this approach can be a powerful method not only for producing and capturing ideas but also for managing and making sense of a large body of facts or concepts. Sticky Note Diagrams help individuals discover previously unseen connections that link common things of a group together, thereby understanding information in new ways. It can also be effective for seeing the “forest in the trees.” ...

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