Brain Frame

Situation You want to create a lively, energetic, creative atmosphere to unblock thinking or to generate new ideas about the topic. You also want to use this exercise after a luncheon to jump-start the module, by requiring participants to demonstrate their understanding by associating items that are part of the theme of the exercise. Finally, you want to demonstrate an easy-to-use brainstorming structure.

Purpose Use this game to motivate participants to create as many options as possible for learning topics. It demonstrates an easy brainstorming structure and provides a method to get people to think outside the box.

Time 30 to 45 minutes.

Number of participants Nine or more.

Supplies Needed:

□ One or more newsprint flipcharts and ...

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