Published on 05.02.2021
“You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.” —Walt Disney
What is Brainstorming?
Brainstorming is known as a group activity or creative technique used to find a solution to a problem. Brainstorming is seen as an excellent teaching strategy to generate thoughts on a given topic. This technique has been around for more than 70 years and it’s still deployed to engage the students in tackling a range of problems. The main purpose of brainstorming is to generate an idea. Brainstorming is important for students in order to develop their thinking skills. It enables their problem-solving skills, develop their reasoning and cognitive skills.
Importance of Brainstorming
• Brainstorming allows students to think freely without the fear of judgment. As there are no answers or anything like that,
it prompts the students to think out of the box.
• It encourages critical thinking as it is meant to solve problems.
The more you brainstorm the better you become at experiencing an issue and considering it fundamentally.
• Brainstorming is generally done in groups, which in turn leads to generating a number of ideas.
• It presents alternate points of view. It makes the way for out of the box developments.
• It is great for team building. No person can hold ownership of the results, thus making it a team effort.
• Brainstorming is an excellent strategy to tap into individuality and inventiveness, eliminates the fear of risk-taking.
Brainstorming activities at Cheran Group of Institutions
Brainstorming sessions are conducted in Cheran Group of Institutions, to make students generate and express their ideas. It is done in order to help students to put forward their different perspectives and ideas among the fellow peers.